Today we woke up in Van Buren, Arkansas and drove 500 miles from the top to the bottom of Texas. Our goal was to reach Houston, and we did, after a long day. We stopped in Dallas to eat (spinach and mushroom enchiladas in red sauce) and to buy allergy medicine. The highlight of our day was a nice sunset followed by our highway dinner from Buc-ee’s Truckstop: Garlic hummus and black refried beans with chips and pretzels, complemented by fresh Guatemalan (or maybe Hawaiian) pineapple.
Bonus – I an including some images from a couple of days ago in Branson: A disparate group of objects vying for attention along Country Boulevard: a giant Titanic, a life size King Kong, the biggest rooster I’ve ever seen, a vintage Dodge truck, a yellow airplane, an oversized Bust of Ronald Reagan, a 20 foot Transformer, and an army of duck boats!
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Seems Branson isn’t my kind of town – but that OK. Hey Rebeka … It’s Frank from dance. Hi Mark.
Hi Frank! Thanks for the follow, and for the encouraging comments! Benson is a quirky place, we were highly pleased with the people and the shows. I think you would relly enjoy Eureka Springs… reminds me of the old country!
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Hey hey … thanks for figuring out it was me!
Danke, dass wir an Eurer Reise teilhaben können…♥️
love Heiner und Angela
Glad to see your having fun 😊 Drive safe
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