Our first morning in Mexico City found us enjoying the murals at the airport, bold, colorful and full of life. After a quick immigration process and a cup of steaming coffee at the airport, we headed to the private taxi counter to book one. Immediately after, we were led to a waiting taxi and whisked …

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For as long as I can remember, stories of cowboys, horses and cattle drives have fascinated me. After moving to Dallas, I felt a kinship with the many life-size statues of cowboys and cattle. Several years ago, I had the chance to visit Frisco Central Park, at the corner of Parkwood and Gaylord. The other …

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Perhaps the fact that Missy JJ started senior year of high school today made me long for the days when the children were young, often wrapped around our legs, often seeking our attention. So I sought succour in old albums and came across one from our Santa Fe trip to New Mexico in December of …

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One of the things we enjoyed the most during our Panama City tour was the drive along the Amador Causeway, taking one away from the traffic and the hustle and bustle of the city. The Causeway connects four different small islands (Naos, Culebra, Perico and Flamenco) with Panama City and is unique in that the …

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