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... each one being about 1.5 miles long. We started with the right hand side trail then went on the middle trail. We stopped by and saw a couple of bison (fenced in) a a couple hawks (also caged). Today at one point as we were crossing on a boardwalk when I actually saw a snake right beside Karen. I said "SNAKE!" and Karen said "WHERE?" but it sounded more like "WAH-HARE?" as she was high-stepping around in a circle. It was quite funny. ...
... a full broadside of ammunition it would deliver 15,000 pounds of armour piercing projectiles. It took a crew of between 70-110 to operate the turret.
The San Jacinto Battleground is the site where General Sam Houston troops defeated the Mexican Army under General Santa Anna. The battle is considered one of the decisive battles in American History. This is where Texas won its independence and eventually became ...
Woke up this morning to the sound of rain & fog - oh no the dreaded fog - not today of all days. Moreover, we had to wake up an hour earlier due to the start of day light saving. Still sleepy, we made our way to church. We received a text message from Carnival to say that the Magic was safely docked at the port and so all is on schedule much to our relief. We dashed home, threw the bags into the car and made our way to ...
... 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.
... towns celebrate Mardi Gras as well. Being a West Coaster, how the heck would I know? We are going into Galveston tomorrow morning, incognito, to sight see. No one will recognize our 51' of tow and towable cruising down the avenue. Maybe we can sneak out of town without being detected, not swept up in the spirit of Mardi Gra, unadorned adorned with beads. Celebrations start at 1700 hours tomorrow night.
On to Beaumont, Texas tomorrow.