The Peaceful Pelican Bed & Breakfast
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The day started with a breakfast of Cranberry-Orange muffins and fruit. We then met with the Bakers to scope out the rally room and furnishings. Depending on how many people actually show up, it may be a little tight, but we'll manage. About 11:15 we piled in the car and drove out to Lavaca Bluffs Winery, again. I took my glass since I was not …
... and got most of the things planned. Then we went out to dinner to check out one of the restaurants everyone raves about. It was good, so guess if things can be worked out, that is where we will be having our Friday lunch and maybe some catering. After return to "G/G", we walked around the lake and now Bob is sleeping on the couch and I'm writing this blog. Don't know about Bob, but I did not sleep well last night, so may be turning in ...
... HEB for a couple of things. When we returned, we went to the pool for a while and to relax. It is a very nice pool. The park itself is very nice, but since it is relatively new, it is wide open. The grounds are very nice and well kept. There is a small lake in the center and there is a fountain in the lake. There is a sidewalk around the lake, so it will be a nice walk. All the sites are back in and we are very close to the lake. There is a gate ...
... apparently is how history is written. I’d rather let the historians do the research and draw their conclusions for me.”
“Is there ANYTHING about your History class that you like?”
“The only thing I enjoy is trying to stump our teacher, Mr. Lynch, on Thursdays, the day after we get our 'Weekly Reader.’”
Mr. Thomas Lynch is a soft-spoken, middle-aged man, ...
We'll, we hurried into the Lone Star State trying to beat the Sunday night traffic around Houston, and we almost made it. My, those freeways must get really snotty around rush hours. Don't make any hasty assumptions but my first sight of the Houston skyline was a smog obscured glimpse behind a billboard touting a gun show seen through a rapidly moving wall of semis on I 10. However, I remain duly impressed. This huge megalopolis looks busy and rich. Glad to get by ...