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Day Ten began with a delicious breakfast and
then the short drive to Shannon Airport to drop the rental car and begin
the process of going home.
Weather was just delightful the whole trip with the exception of the fog
and chill over Connor Pass. We understand that weather was unpleasant
both before and after we were ...
D-I-L and grandson drove us to Bush International in Houston
(after a wee detour to retrieve G's forgotten hearing aids) and then
they headed for Boerne, Texas to attend family graduations. The flights
to Newark and then on to Shannon were uneventful. Sound didn't work on
G's movies but oh ...
... yee haw ! Im in Texas!" We drove through downtown Beaumont on the border with Louisiana - a town that has definitely seen better times. We continued on, taking mostly back roads and stopping at a picnic area to make lunch from $2 cans of Walmart ravioli and rice pudding. Delish. We droe through downtown Houston and then continued ...
... can you ask for? Well actually it could have been a little warmer but hey who cares we're Brit's on holiday. Next morning we awoke to a by now familiar smell of burnt wood lingering on the clothes we wore last night, a quick cup of tea and off into the woods to get right up close with nature. The previous day we saw an opossum up a tree sleeping in the sun, turtles basking on a log, turkey ...
Do you believe in karma, luck, what have you? and if so, do you believe that you have to give in order to receive...or if you receive, you must always give back? or both I guess. So here it is...after being searched and scanned and swabbed before boarding the plane in Midland, TX...after the short one hour plane ride that I slept through to Houston...after realizing that I still had 4 hours before ...