Homestead Studio Suites - San Antonio - Airport
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Burning up the thorn bush pile and the tank pile. Check back later for more pictures Got a good 3/4 inch rain about 1:00 pm. Carson and I had to give up on work and do some 4 wheeling in the rain and mud. Got some Gopro video to edit and add to this post ...
The connecting flight to SA was no problem in O'Hare. Our luggage made it too. We did have to find and claim our luggage thru customs, then go thru the airline baggage drop off counter again to recheck those bags in to SA.
Security lines were the longest at O'Hare, although I feel London's Heathrow had many more travelers and was more efficient overall in moving people around.
Should be an uneventful last lag of our trip.
As for the ...
... and 5 miles to several old missions in the other direction. On Friday we hopped the bus to Riverwalk and the Alamo. I didn’t realize how big the riverwalk area is! We took a tour boat ride on the river which gave us a good overview of the entire area, then started walking. So many restaurants and cafés, so little time! We finally chose one for snacks and a drink, then on to the Alamo. Back on ...
This morning we packed stuff in the car and then drove over to the storage place. We then loaded what we could into "G/G". We had already loaded the refrigerator on Sunday. Today it seemed to take a long time to get ready to leave and then we still had to fill the gas tank! We drove back to the Shell station at 1516 and then we hooked up the car. Next time we'll move "G/G" to the house to pack and ...
... In 1793, the mission was secularized
and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the
Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras,
who likely gave the mission the name "Alamo."
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