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We pulled away from the house about 15 minutes earlier than we had planned, but that was OK. All the boys were buckled in and playing on their KINDLES or phones (when I was young we had to read books, color on pages, or just look at the scenery).
We arrived at the campground after about 2 hours and several "Are we there yets?" We set up …
... says You Are Back In LA quite like it. Rejoining the 101, we used google maps to calculate an ETA for Inglewood and it said 3:15pm. We had lazed a little too long over our Solvang pancakes so we had to forego the last of Route 1 and stick to Ventura Highway...in the sunshine.... That joined up with the 405 just as the elastic band of peak hour was winding-on. Traffic slowed near Inglewood but without ever stalling and we were soon parked in a side street behind the ...
... was a cultural highlight to understand how the slaughter of such a relative few could matter so much for Texas, American and the world. Even though I will confess it got boring pretty quickly, it was interesting to observe how the bravery of those who sacrificed themselves for something they hoped would be greater, is sometimes viewed as a trite cliché.
After the Alamo, we rounded a few corners looking for a way to get Matt’s wheel chair down to ...
... ARE NOT ALONE!!! I do wonder if it has something to do with a 7/4 weekend. I doubt they put up the "Thinking of buying a new gun?......DON'T, until you shoot it here. Classes 6 days a week," billboards just for the weekend though. So cool to see OUR CULTURE in the open, being supported. So we pulled into the KOA in San Antonio today. We easily have the $&@!iest trailer here. People were looking at us like something was about to ...
... you may know, the Alamo played a huge part in Texan history. Davy. Crockett and Jim Bowie, of knife fame, and a couple of hundred brave,mor crazy...you decide...were holding the fort against a couple of thousand Mexican troops led by General Santa Ana. After a two week siege, the Mexicans attacked and in a chaotic battle all of then Texans were killed. But it was a matter of lose the battle, win the war. Santa Ana had expected the attack to dishearten the Texans, but instead ...
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Have stayed at several Jellystone Parks, this is the worst. I realize that it is newer and therefore not as established. However, even though they have a wagon for "hay rides", since we were there during the week, guess they didn't want to use it. The only thing on premises for the kids to do was swim and jump on the "jump pillow". It was rather expensive where we chose to park and the extra money did not get us anything extra.
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