Courtyard By Marriott Houston Northwest
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... so it was a little cool in the room. The tables were very large, high with kind of flimsy stools as evidenced by one tipping over with one of our members. Luckily he wasn't injured, he just scared everyone. Remember most of our members are 70 plus in age and he is pushing 80! So after lunch, we returned to "G/G" where Bob racked out on the couch in front of the TV and I retired to the bedroom to read and looked through the membership book to find someone ...
... we went and back we came. The new printer is working very nicely. We got a lot of pictures reproduced and I got all the "legal" paperwork retyped. Finally we filled up four books, so we can get them to the new members. We told the president that we were only going to keep the stuff which relates to membership so he will have to find someone to take the rest of the stuff including the printer.
... ribs, sausage, your choice of sides and a drink for about $13. We even had live entertainment.
Sadly on the way home Blake dropped his phone as he was getting in the car and it completely smashed the screen!! He is now without a phone until we can get it fixed in NYC.
This weather was not really what we were expecting for our stay on the ranch but it was still enjoyable and relaxing. We all agree that we could stay longer.
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The zoo was a nice place to get an early morning behind-the-scenes tour. Definitely better before the public gets into the place.
I'm glad I made the arrangements back in July for this once a month tour. Especially, since it isn't offered ...
... so grabbed some lunch before hitting the road at around 1. Ben drove for the first 2 hours, I drove the main piece of the journey down through Texas to Houston, before swapping back over to Ben on the out skirts of Houston so that he could do the scary city driving. Houston is HUGE and a mass of crazy junctions, roads and fly overs and highways... its mental! Before leaving Little Rock we had found a guest house hostel ...