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... For those who are curious, I started this blog for family members and really, anyone else who wants to keep up with me while I go on this European adventure. I hope y'all enjoy reading it and I am sorry in advance if it is somewhat lacking. I will try to update as often as I can but I am kind of a noob at all of this blogging. Wish me luck!
Cheers, tea and crumpets, bits 'n bobs, and all of that poppycock
(My attempt to sign off)
--- Until next time, Kelsea
Day 6Off to San Antonio to visit Evan and Morgan. But first a drive down the coast see the mud flats, birds and sand dunes that are along the drive. Great views of the coast along the bluewater highway. Then headed inland through marshes and then into oil fields and processing plants again. Further in there were smaller 100 acre pastures and they got bigger inland more and the soil was drier and less fertile. Cactuses appeared in ...
The joys of a hot Texan breakfast - cook-your-own waffles, or scones (called "biscuits") with turkey patties. We settled for cold hard-boiled egg on toast and apple juice. Afterwards, we drove to San Jose Mission but could only admire the outside of the Church due to a funeral. These stations were started by missionaries (Franciscan or Benedictine) to protect, educate and convert native Indians. Most are still active parishes. We then wandered to ...
... Good Lie. Another great movie if you have not seen it. When we got back to the truck we discovered we had been ROBBED. It appears Bill left the truck unlocked, and as you might imagine, the dollar theater is not in the best part of town. Fortunately for us the thieves were very selective. They took some toys we bought for Hunter, and our cooler of La Panaderia leftovers and our pastries. BOO! Thankfully, they left the rest of our ...
... began trying to preserve the Alamo. In 1905, Adina Emilia de
Zavala and Clara Driscoll successfully convinced the legislature to
purchase the buildings and to name the DRT permanent custodians of the
site. For the next six years, de Zavala and ...