How to find the best cruise ship for the right cruise season

I recently embarked on a cruise with the Dallas Cowboys and a few other team members.

The crew was awesome.

The food was fantastic.

The cruise was amazing.

And yet, the highlight of my trip was the time I had with the owners of the Dallas Cowboys team.

They were super nice, funny, and generous.

I didn’t get to meet any of the players but I had a blast chatting with the owner, and he made me feel like I was part of the team.

I couldn’t have asked for a better crew.

And that was the perfect combination for me to begin my journey through the National Geographic Cover series.

In this series, National Geographic is challenging our readers to get inside the minds of the people behind the cover images.

I started out with an image of the Cowboys in black and white and then went to another, showing the Cowboys and the Cowboys team logo in full color.

This was one of the more challenging images to get right because the colors had to be the same across both images.

Then, I had to choose a theme for the cover, so I wanted to focus on the Cowboys.

But what if I wanted the Cowboys to be in another color, and what if that color was the team’s logo?

What if I needed to show off the logo to show my allegiance to the Cowboys?

The cover art for “The Cowboys” is taken from the Dallas Observer, and the team logo is taken directly from the team website.

Each image was created by National Geographic photographer Chris McCandless.

I hope you enjoy this series.

I’m so glad I started with the Cowboys because I think the Cowboys are the epitome of what the National Weather Service and NASA describe as “the coolest team in the NFL.”

I’ve never seen a team with such a diverse history and a passion for the game of football.

Girl, 10, dies after getting caught in car accident

A girl died Sunday after she was hit by a car while riding her bike in Seattle, police said.

The girl was riding her bicycle from a parking spot near the intersection of Pine and Pine streets to her parents’ house in the 2600 block of Pine St. around 2:30 p.m.

Sunday when a white BMW driving southbound struck her, police and the girl’s family said.

A police spokesman did not release the boy’s name, but said he was in the vehicle.

The crash was captured on video by a family friend, who posted it on YouTube.

The driver of the BMW was identified by neighbors as 17-year-old Jaden McFarland.

Neighbors said McFarlands brother was riding with him.

He was not wearing a helmet and was riding in the opposite lane.

Police said the girl was pronounced dead at the scene.

McFarland was arrested at the site.

Neighbours described McFarlanders brother as a quiet and polite young man who would usually play on the park playgrounds near the house.

Neighbor David Karp said McFallons mother, who is a retired teacher, was a former neighbor of the house and they often went for a walk together.

McFallas mother said she was not aware of the accident and did not know the girl.

A GoFundMe page set up by the girl and her family has raised more than $300.