Holiday Inn Express Conroe
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... go biking with them. We borrowed old bikes from the resort and rode on the resort bike trail. On the way, we stopped at a restaurant for dinner. Because my mom wasn’t there we had to get take-away for her. I didn’t know what she would like so I ordered a BLT and she loved it!
At 8:30 that night, we went down to the pool to watch the ...
... size of a small bird that bit my mom a few times. I think it was called a Black Witch Moth. All the kids ran away from it.
Our last Monday night in Texas, Sydney, Dad and I went biking around the resort’s trails and stopped for dinner somewhere. Mom stayed back to pack. Later that night, the Bee Movie was shown in the pool area. So Sydney, Dad and I decided to watch it in the pool. In the morning, everything was packed and we headed off to the airport. ...
Romar and Mikey made their way to Houston last night, and we spent today trying to decide if the contents of our suitcases were appropriate. We also made a trip to Jax for burgers and garlic fries (yum!) before heading to the airport. After an exhilarating shuttle ride and a smooth trip through security, we are patiently awaiting our call to board :) Auf Weidersehen 'Murica, Guten tag ...
... for my special day. Thanks, Amanda & Richard!
Back in the 1870's, many famous cattle drives originated from this area. The most famous of all these cattle trails was the Chisholm trail, which originated in Donna, Texas; on the Rio Grande on the border of Texas & Mexico. Within this Texas trip, it is my aim to find the Chisholm Trail along our travels. I will be looking for hoof prints and worn stones within the stream ...
... Boots there cost anywhere from $300 to $4,000.
That evening I joined Katy at her son’s little league baseball tournament. The Thunder had made it to the playoffs and all those little guys aged right around 6 were playing their hearts out. They were adorable to watch as they overthrew and underthrew and slid into First. Some of the boys seemed destined to make it big…others not so much. But I laughed and cheered and clapped and had a great time. The next day ...