Drury Inn & Suites Houston West/Energy Corridor
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I started off my day with some golfing at the English Turn Golf and Country Club. I found a great deal on "Golf-Now" only to find out rental clubs were crazy priced. I had a fun round regardless. Tami enjoyed the pool while I was away. I joined her there upon my return. The concierge guys were very helpful finding good places to eat. After ...
Before leaving Memphis, we needed to do laundry... badly! While waiting for the washing machines to finish, we found a Ms. Pac-man game and I got to witness Tami's video game skills! After a drying/folding/packing session, we bounded down to New Orleans. After checking in, we spent a little time at the pool. Then we headed ...
... Seems like that is how it goes whenever I am on a trip. By the way, Harley is so tired... he positioned himself into the corner of his bed when we got back tonight and hasn't moved since. Lots of snoring too.
Anyway, I will close it out for today and will report tomorrow, hopefully from somewhere in Louisiana. We are not sure where that will be but it is nearly 400 miles to New Orleans and I don’t want to drive the whole way ...
... same thing over and over.
And then she left.
two postscripts to this story.
i immediately scooted over to the Global First line (which wasn't), threw myself on the mercy of the United employee, who clacked on the keyboard connected to an entirely different computer (yeah, right) and promptly told me Terminal 2.
Safely ensconced in the United Club, I check ...
... finally mutton busting.
Barrell racing was a timed (and technique based) event - the horsewoman was to race her horse around three barrels as fast as possible. One horse stumbled to it's knees but picked up and kept going, a couple knocked over barrels but all of them had great times.
Wagon racing was in two heats, with three wagons each drawn by four horses around the arena. It really came down to placement on the track as each group were so fast. ...