We had a great Memorial Day weekend. Some of our best friends flew in to visit and were here with us from Friday to Wednesday morning. We had such a great fun filled time while they were here. We definitly had a packed schedule.
Friday Night - Forth Worth Rodeo (This was probaly the most fun, because Davis was so excited to be a cowboy and see all of the animals)
He definitly played the part well!
We ate at Risky's BBQ for dinner. Yumm! I think that Davis enjoyed the food!
Saturday - we showed the Bass's around Frisco and took it easy before heading to the 6th Floor Museum. The 6th Floor Musuem is where President JFK was shot and killed. Saturday night we introduced the Bass's to our favorite mexican resturant, La Hacienda Ranch. Of course we couldn't call it a day until we had a good competitive game of Settlers of Catan!!!
The sixth window on the far right is where they believe that JFK was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.
X marks the spot of where the 2nd shot hit the president and killed him.
Carrie and Lindsey
Sunday - we went to church, ate a good sandwhich at Potbelly's and then headed to Dallas to go to the Dallas Aquarium. It was a little croweded, because of the Holiday weekend, but still a great time. They have some really unique animals like the pengiuns and manatees.
We saw the sharks feed.
Bryan and Lindsey acting like the flamingos.
Monday - We were able to go to a Rangers game thanks to the Lewis's and their parents. We had fun tailgating, a great time at the game, and great seats! Later that night we headed to Dallas to visit some of Beaty and Carrie's friends from grad. school. They actually go to our church and the husband is the youth minister at our church. So it was neat to get to know them a little bit.
Here are a few pictures from Game Day...
Tuesday - Lindsey spent the day working and Beaty, Carrie, Davis, and Bryan spent the afternoon at the pool. It was a beautiful day for them to be outside. For our last time together we went out with a bang eating dinner at Mastergrill Steak House.
All in all we had a fabulous time with the Bass's. We miss them dearly and wish they lived here in Texas! :)