Presidio San Agustín del Tucson Museum

Presidio San Agustín del Tucson Museum   We had an amazing lunch at El Charro Cafe, it’s the nation’s oldest Mexican restaurant in continuous operation by the same family.   El Charro Mexican Restaurant 

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White Sands National Monument

We knew we had to make a stop at White Sands National Monument after spending our last night on the road in Las Cruces, NM. What we didn’t know was just how much fun a pile of sand can actually be! Even for the grown ups! If you’re in the area, definitely bring your own sled. But if not, have no worries, the visitors center will be sure to supply…

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San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, we barely saw ya. I love this town. Back in 1998, I was here for the first time while on assignment for the World Wrestling Federation (now it’s World Wrestling Entertainment). My first impression wasn’t wonderful. Our plane landed on a sultry June afternoon, and as the airplane door opened to the Texas air, the heat hit me like a punch in the chest. I wanted to turn…

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You can say anything you want…

Taking the family on the road for months at a time. To some, it sounds like a dream. To others, it sounds like a nightmare. What have we learned so far? It’s a little of both. The benefits are silly. Time freedom, traveling to different cities, states, events, landmarks and attractions. Meeting great people across the country. I could go on and on, but I won’t. The downside? Three brothers…

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