“Javalina” is the Spanish word for “Javelin” or “spear.” The Javalina hogs that inhabit the deserts of
I’ll tell you “why not,” The Texas Tarantula Migration, that’s “why not!” I had no idea, but that night would be filled with horrors that I never imagined. Picture thousands of migrating tarantulas, as big as small dinner plates, moving across the ground. According to Arachnologist David Sissom of
Was the observatory worth it? I can’t tell you, I didn’t go. Had the internet been around before I left for this trip, I certainly would have done some research and would have found a local Motel to stay in. It’s easy to get so excited about the “main event” that you’ve scheduled your vacation for; you might forget to check and research the area for what else might be going on. Here are two excellent reasons to “call first” before you leave:
<!–[if !supportLists]–>1. <!–[endif]–>You may miss out on something really cool that is scheduled to be in town during the same time you’ll be in town. Sure, you may have plenty of outings scheduled for your trip to
<!–[if !supportLists]–>2. <!–[endif]–>Like my tarantula/hogfest, you may find something scheduled that may have an adverse affect on your planned trip. Trust me, unless you’re a hardcore runner, you don’t want to be anywhere near
So plan your trips. Enjoy your trips. And for Heaven’s sake, take an extra bit of time to google the cities and city events around the time of your trips. It may make your trip even better! Also, you may be VER sorry if you don’t!
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