Knights Inn College Station
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I departed a much colder Austin Texas early Saturday morning for the 100 mile drive northeasterly to College Station Texas. As with LBJ, whose library is within the University of Texas campus, President Bush (#41) located his library/museum on 90 acres within the campus of Texas A & M. The "A" stands for Agricultural and the "M" stands for Mechanical. The facility broke ground in 1995 and was ...
We promised our friends in Texas we would be back late August to house-sit and dog-sit while they went to California for a wedding, we were looking forward to a couple of weeks of stationary-ness after 125 nights on the road! All we wanted to is cook, we couldn't wait to smoke ribs and make curries ...
... traditional treat. Decided to do a quick load of laundry. We were both tired so bed will feel great.
Of note- While sitting on the couch in the room at Homewood Suites, I felt something on my arm. Didn't see anything. Later, I felt crawling on my leg and I found a small ant. We also found ants in the bathroom. Sally was told that they were having a problem with them. At least they weren't bed ...
We took the day and traveled to College Station, Texas to watch our Bama softball girls roll over the aggies!!!!! Took in Kyle Stadium and just enjoyed family time watching sports. This was chloe's first sporting event and she loved it!! She has sports running through her veins!! ...
Day 348 - April 13th - Today we drove from Austin to College Station to see the George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Library. I have been in the company of Bush twice - once at Phillips Andover Academy (where he and our son went to high school) and again in Boston at Suffolk University's 100th anniversary on the Boston Common. It was interesting to see him as a sitting President and then after the Presidency. Night and Day (that's another story for another ...