Holiday Inn Express Conroe
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... and holiday punch. More than enough to remind us of our Midwest/West Cost family traditions. The boys also wall mounted the Scott's big screen while the women cooked. After the meal we enjoyed a few movies and many rounds of Scatergories before hitting the sack. So blessed to have such amazing friends in this country we call ...
... Steve at Salata near where he works for lunch. This was an interesting place that only offered salads or wraps on their menu. We all had a salad that were made from a huge selection of lettuce, vegetables, toppings, meat, and dressings. He then gave us a tour of his new offices. Later, we met them at their house and went to their country club to have dinner. While they ...
Started the day traveling to Todd Mission Tx to hang with Matt on his field trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival. Would have had a better time if it wasn't raining thee whole day. I got to meet Matt's Crush Danielle. The 2 of them were inseperable. We were able to leave a little early and get onto our drive to Florida. We stopped for the night in Mississippi and stayed at a Home2 Suites which is a Hilton Brand Hotel. Not ...
We are now in Texas! Coincidently, we are in the city of Conroe, which is the "birthplace of the Lone Star Flag". Much of the early 'state of Texas’ history originated in this area, with early settlers trying to gain their freedom from Mexico. During the late 1830’s Sam Houston arrived, organized a militia, and became the first Governor. Not long after that we arrived via our RV, organized a few day trips, and became two ...
... to make is: Do I carry the spare set of tires with me or mail them to Alaska? I will start with new 80/20 street/dirt tires. Good for cruising and gravel roads. Not so good for mud. The second set are 20/80 tires. Ideal for the muddy Haul Road from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay. Am planning on swapping tires in Fairbanks. The question is, what is the possibility that I will need to mount the off-road tires before I get to Fairbanks? Hmmmmmm. Stay tuned for more.