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... sunny and hot and walked out to wet, gray and cool?? They have had a tremendous amount of rain over the last number of weeks. The bayous are full. Everyone is sick of it like we were of the snow last winter.
All the rain yesterday did something to my radio. No tunes out of the speakers.
Leaving Baton Rouge over the mighty Mississippi was a trip. Great pictures! I must have been on an elevated road for 50 miles over the ...
... rotting outside the Smithsonian in Washington, until restored and now housed at the space centre, indoors. Then back to the centre to look at shuttles, moon buggies and more . Touched a 3.5 billion year old piece of moon rock!!! Back through Galveston, then along the Seawall Boulevard. A 17 foot high, 10 mile long sea wall protects the city. Arrived at Galveston State Park, camped next to the water, just back from the sea. ...
... blocked the doors of the lighthouse so people could not get in and be rescued and the people inside could hear their screams. Nice story, huh?
Then the ferry ride. Always fun and there is the chance to see the dolphins playing alongside the ferry and see the gulls and pelicans following along behind the ferry. Fortunately, they only allow feeding of the birds at the back of ...
Well, today is our last day here in Galveston. Tomorrow we will head for San Antonio. Gil & Lois have been there since Saturday, so they will know the lay of the land already.
It was kind of weird being here in Galveston right after them. Originally we had planned to head to San Antonio after New Orleans, but then we decided we should do Galveston too and, since we had already booked New ...
... and that's exactly why we were there.
We checked out the cruise port shopping area called the Strand, learned about off shore drilling and took some time to take care of business back home. Yet, we mostly soaked in the rays, allowed Rusty to run the beaches and relaxed. While we were out there I realized that living near a body of water is important to us. Ya just take things at a slower pace and remember to breathe.