Fairfield Inn & Suites Houston I-10 West / Energy Corridor
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... steak dinner. Dom, who is the executive chef for the Houston Astros made a huge pan of Mac n Cheese to go with the steaks and sweet Texas corn. I'm sorry to my Aunty Ruthann, who used to be the reigning Mac n Cheese champ, but Dom's has barely eeked out ahead. Between the bone-in ribeyes, Dom's Mac n Cheese, the corn, the beers, and good friends it was an awesome night. I owe Tacy a huge debt, and hope that they come back ...
Lyssa here, not sure if Justin will ever write anything, but one can hope :P
This is just a blog entry to say that this blog probably won't be active until around March. I mean we do a little bit of traveling around Houston... If you can call Galveston or The Texas Renaissance Festival traveling... But this blog is meant to document our road trips.
We're getting married on 3.1415, yes that's super pi day... that's what I get for marrying a freaking ...
We arrived at Best Preowned RV yesterday around 10 am, and we packed, and we moved, and we went up and down 5 steps in each coach so many times, I think it might have equaled a climb to the top of the Empire State Building. We both are hurting so badly we can't believe it. Finally got everything out of the Monaco and into the Safari by around 4 pm today, so ...
Ashley picked me up at the apt at 5:15 am and we headed off to Hobby Airport -- Wally Park -- to be exact. Their shuttle picked us right up and dropped us off without any hiccups. I had a TSA Precheck boarding pass, so I headed past all the others waiting in a fairly long line with my carryon bags. Got thru security only to find out that BOTH of my bags had to be searched. :(( this turned out to take about 5-10 minutes, and by the time I was cleared to ...
... products, kitchen equipment and supplies, organic cat and dog food (!), tinned food, then spices, sauces and condiments finally reaching fresh fruit, vegies, freshly squeezed juices, nuts, seeds and legumes. At the rear of the supermarket is the meat section (fresh and frozen) which also offers ready to eat meat/fish based foods such as crab or lobster bisque, prawn and chicken jumbalaya, stews, ribs, roast chicken pieces etc.
I can see why so ...