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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We traveled to Spring, TX (near Houston) on Wednesday the 27th to prep for our big Friend-giving!!! Holly and Taerik Berry joined us at Kyle and Christy Scott's home for a holiday away from home. It was such a blast! We prepared turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, rolls, ...
... Steve at Salata near where he works for lunch. This was an interesting place that only offered salads or wraps on their menu. We all had a salad that were made from a huge selection of lettuce, vegetables, toppings, meat, and dressings. He then gave us a tour of his new offices. Later, we met them at their house and went to their country club to have dinner. While they ...
Started the day traveling to Todd Mission Tx to hang with Matt on his field trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival. Would have had a better time if it wasn't raining thee whole day. I got to meet Matt's Crush Danielle. The 2 of them were inseperable. We were able to leave a little early and get onto our drive to Florida. We stopped for the night in Mississippi and stayed at a Home2 Suites which is a Hilton Brand Hotel. Not ...
Spent most of the day sewing with my new quilt bee friends. Kids coming back from Grand Cayman tonight. So many things to do! After our bee group got packed up, Lucy and I went to Petco to buy two months of food. On our way to the airport, found out that Maggie and James Mowad's flight was cancelled. James Griffin was on a different flight, so I continued to the airport. James and I had a great dinner ...
... home from East Texas were carrying a lot of wealth with them when attacked by Indians somewhere along Cypress Creek in the early 1830s. With nothing better to do than defend themselves, they decided to use their spare time to dig a hole and put their treasure in it. To date, the treasure has still not been discovered. The population is about 46,000 ...