Hampton Inn Texas City
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... a dude ranch for a week and didn't fall off. I actually learned to lope which is a step above trotting. He had a young man with him that really loved animals and was taking care of a number of dogs, cats and anything that walked on 4 legs. He rode his bicycle a lot and I rode my bike a lot. We were both caught in the rain yesterday. The cowboy wanted to buy my breakfast after hearing about what I was doing. $8.50. I gave him a card and asked him ...
... a nifty type bunsen burner thing we can use to boil water that some nice man in the outdoor store showed us yesterday, cots, dehydrated food, which is one of my favorite things... I also love airplane food, BTW.
All that's left is personal toiletries, which will be packed tomorrow. Electronics for my backpack... kindle, gameboy 3ds [here's hoping for street pass all over the US], iPod, laptop [which has been sitting in ...
... 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.
... LOL We also became friend with Jenny and we added Jenny our waitress and Angel our taxi driver to Facebook so we could keep in contact with them. I tried a Cuban cigar for the first time at the restaurant along with the islands homemade beer. I was really feeling both by the time I was done, I think that the cigar was really to strong for me. I have never smoked a cigar before so I wanted to do something different, and of course my first cigar had to be Cuban! Port 2- ...
... paintings are huge, plain pieces. This chapel is for all faiths to have a place to come and worship. Kind of like a blank slate or at least that's what it represented in my eyes/mind. The Menils must have thought something similar because that was not the original concept for the chapel, then they saw the finished pieces and it became so.
To see the Menil collection, it just inspired me to see more and travel farther. We haven't scratched the ...