Holiday Inn Express Conroe
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... had an ice cream bar for sundaes. So once again, it's diet time Tomorrow we pack up and head for home. We should be back in San Antonio about 3pm, but we have to take "G/G" to storage, move everything into the car and then head for home. If we're real good, we may be home by 4. Hope everyone has had a good start to their New Year. We've had a good time, even if it has been colder than we would like, but it will be good to get home for a ...
Yesterday was an interesting day. We drove back to Bastrop to meet Linda & Ronny Hibler and picked up all the Historian stuff. Man is there a lot of stuff!! We arrived back at the campground around 3:30 and for the remainder of the afternoon and evening, we worked to load the printer onto the laptop. DID NOT WORK!! Not sure what was going wrong, but it seems something was missing. Since it didn't work and it ...
... it up. Our weather station died, so we needed a new one, so another purchase. Think we are set for now.
At dinner we went out to Vernon's Katfish Kitchen with Larry & Doni Gordon. The catfish is very good and I ate too much, so upon return to the campground, we took a short walk.
About 10 coaches came in today and settled in. More will be coming in tomorrow and even a few on Thursday. ...
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 ...
... first, get up to and out of Deadhorse before the heavy snows start. Then work my way South and East to Florida. (Just got a note from another Alaska rider saying he has seen 6 feet of snow in early September on the Haul Road).
That's settled let's ride! The bike, "High Horse" because it stands so tall, needs new shoes, fresh fluids and it is raring to go. All the needed gear is on hand, waiting to be packed. Revise the final maps and ride.
The last ...