Crystal Suites Texas City
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... a dude ranch for a week and didn't fall off. I actually learned to lope which is a step above trotting. He had a young man with him that really loved animals and was taking care of a number of dogs, cats and anything that walked on 4 legs. He rode his bicycle a lot and I rode my bike a lot. We were both caught in the rain yesterday. The cowboy wanted to buy my breakfast after hearing about what I was doing. $8.50. I gave him a card and asked him ...
... care of the kitties. She watched them when we got married.
We've packed all day. It bewilders me how Justin can pack all his belongings for a month in a tiny little duffel bag, and I have two huge duffel bags, and that was me limiting my wardrobe, and I still haven't packed shoes and have run out of room in both my bags from them. With me, it's my all weather coat and North Face fleece that seem to take up the majority of ...
... The Gulf water is muddy at the point, and the beach did not look terribly appealing. This part of the Gulf is vacation cottage country, with cottages as well as some very large houses all built up on stilts, and we are talking about 10 FT stilts, not just foundation posts. I would guess this serves two purposes, mainly protection against frequent storm surging, but also to enhance their view. There were many whole subdivisions with dozens of such houses on stilts, a ...
Back in Houston, we checked out their underground tunnels but nothing can hold a light to Singapore's underworld! Then we drove out to the Menil Collection which was interesting. Talk about eclectic.
On their property they have two chapels: The Rothko and The Byzantine Fresco. We knew nothing about these places before stepping foot in them. The Byzantine Fresco chapel looks unimpressive from the exterior. Then you walk in this ultra modern, simple ...
... may be a record – even for us). Betsy had brought along binoculars we have with an inbuilt camera and since we lost a camera in the Guadalupe River she was keen to get taking pictures again. Up at the top she realised that there were no batteries in the bino’s :(
Back down at the base she popped over to the museum shop (of course there’s one)
Unfortunately they don’t ...