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Travel Blogs from Galveston
It was a big drive to Texas, the lone star state. We were on the road about 7 hours again and arrived to our destination for the night, Galveston Island around 5 in the evening. It was extremely windy and continued to be so for the whole night, making tent pitching, cooking dinner and even sleep very ...
... back into the rooms, we went back
down, secured the bikes for the night and had a couple of beers with the guys whilst watching a most amazing electrical storm pass within a mile of us. No rain although it was a wee bit windy but the skies glowed bright.
It was off to bed by 22:00 for a full nights kippity kip. Time for everyone to shut their eyes now - g'night jim-bob, g'night mary-ellen!
... to Muskogee OK:
Day 3 - Muskogee OK to Stephenville TX:
Day 4 - Stephenville TX to Seguin TX:
Day 5 - Seguin TX to League City TX
Received confirmation today (July 11th, 2013) that our good friend Dale has passed through customs and will be boarding his new home this evening! Post was made for July 5th as this is the day we dropped off our dear friend at the port in Galveston.
Next stop for the car: Guayaquil, Ecuador.
... walls could talk... They have restored many of these big, old homes that must have been owned by the richest Texans as summer vacation homes. The architecture was so detailed and people are doing all the intricate rehabilitation on these houses. Beautiful.
We did not wander downtown. Galveston is a big place with a wide variety of things to do and see. I see why young people are drawn to this area.