Carefree Inn Madisonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... days was Huntsville, a town 110km's from Houston and home to several correctional facilities and location of the state of Texas execution chamber (death row). Prison life in Huntsville dates back to 1849 and is a large employer of the area (along with the University), keen to learn more, we took a trip to the Texas Prison Museum.
Only a small museum, but none the less informative and interesting ...
... too hot, not too windy with a beautiful blue cloud free sky.
We circled up for a prayer before we started riding this morning, as we will each morning.
The original plan was to ride 100 miles today. Things have a way of changing and we are all pretty easy to get along with. We road a respectable 65 miles. For some reason Kevin liked my pace so I ended up leading all 65 miles, with ...
... projected our Wii onto the wall of our hotel room, but that was nothing compared to projecting on our show screens! We played tennis, baseball, and bowling--all of them larger than life. Pictures attached.
2) After the third show, the fire alarm went off. Fortunately, it was after all the kids had already filed out of the assembly, and new ones hadn't started coming in yet. Kelsey and I were a little bit at a loss for what to do, because company policy says ...
... that Tamara is sleeping already because she is SICK! How the hell can this be??? She’s my SuperGirl, the one that almost never gets sick and she’s been battling the bugs for a week or so now. We’ve had shots in preparation for so many different things around the world; it’s just not fair she’s got a cold before the starting gun even fires. Besides, we still have a lot of stuff to do – namely pack ...
... to help orient you to your new home and experience here as volunteer.
1) Volunteer work schedule: Our work week is Tues-Sun, about 7:30 AM till lunch, few hours of siesta (youŽll need it) and back at it 4-dinner. If a volunteer wants to go away during their stay with us to go visit places off the farm, that is fine by us. Just give us several days notice so that we can arrange the work week accordingly. ...