Fairfield Inn Texas City
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... butterflied and stuffed w/pepperjack cheese, wrapped in bacon and deep-fried; and Southwestern shrimp cocktail - huge, over a dozen medium shrimp in a compote of a light tomato salsa, topped with chopped avocado and cilantro, and surrounded by tortilla chips - yummy!) Ate enough that we didn't want any ...
We wanted to get as far as we possibly could today. We're hoping to clear out of TX tomorrow.
We hit a lot of traffic coming into Houston. Glad it was on a Saturday evening and not peak hour during the week.
We snagged a last spot at the RV park and intend on getting going first thing in the morning. We hope to have 2 days at either Ormond beach, FL or ...
... at least 1 could have
come out for a visit but after sitting outside for 90 minutes the
largest thing we saw was a moth.
We had a good time in Houston but we learned that we need to be a bit quicker to plan what we want to do. There were several things that we missed due to weather and timing. Guess we'll cover them when we come back to the area for next year's Lone Star Rally.
... journey to Lafayette in Louisiana. We passed a few major oil refineries that covered many square miles. They would have had thousands of people working at them. I also noticed a train line running next to them and I did take a photo of barges travelling in the waterways next door to one of them. There are three products that do not affect Texas in a recession. That is alcohol, tobacco and cosmetics. Mary Kay cosmetics started by a lady in Texas in 1968 and ...
... from the Tar Sands of Alberta and were floating
Canadian 20’s down the basket rope to the bar. Must have been 100 of them
beating on the drum. I went down and offered Jack $50.00 US for them, but he
was having none of it.
there you go, this was our adventure in Gulf Shores Alabama, and I have nothing
but good things to say and good memories to take with me for the rest of my
return here, and I ...