Hampton Inn & Suites Houston I-10/Central
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... soon, so I can repay them! Tomorrow is a long day, and may be my first mainland day with no blog! We are leaving fairly early in the morning because Zach has to catch a flight out of Denver on Saturday morning! Our plan is to drive nine hours tomorrow into Wichita, Kansas, and then another six into Denver on Friday. If all goes well, we should make it there, where I will say goodbye to Zach, and hello to my college roommate ...
... math teacher.... The wedding will be in New Jersey, and they'll be a tiny road trip from NJ to Texas... But our real trip, and reason for making this blog is our honeymoon.
When I moved from NJ to Texas in July 2012, we road tripped up the east coast, and stopped in exciting places like Shenandoah National Park and the Great Smokey Mountains... So for our honeymoon, we've decided to continue our road trip tradition, and we're traveling up the west coast ...
... a full 12-14 hours that we went, non-stop. Who would ever have thought that 300 square feet motorhome could have held so much STUFF!
We got back here to our park at Lake Conroe around 5ish, got set up, and were too exhausted to even shower and go out for dinner. Finally decided I could manage to make fried eggs and sausage, which tasted fabulous at ...
... there are no nerve endings there) stood up in our saddle and lent forward to help the horse carry our weight up the hill. After the ride we called the taxi man that we had on the here, we got his business card because it was easier than asking another taxi driver and them not knowing where to go because it was a little off the beaten track. He took us back to the food factory, we could see the bus down the road and we knew if we didn't make it it would be an hour wait on the stop ...
... runs across a small arena. Quite a laugh - some kids picked themselves up all right, others got a face full of sand and sawdust and got a bit teary over it. We also watched pig-racing for a while but the noise and the announcer hype was a bit too much for us oldies and we left the kids to it.
Our appetities were keen at this point as the smell of roast beef and chicken was wafting across to our table; along with the smell of fried oreos, fried pecan ...