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... had lived there for a spell, and so grabbing a selfie and sending it along with a "Hey, look where we are!" seemed like the neighbourly thing to do. It was a glorious sunny day at Solvang so we took breakfast at Paula's Pancake House, which was deliciously indecent, and grazed around for over an hour like two happy people with no particular place to go. After snapping some pix of the ferocious life-size wooden Vikings and caterwauling a few bars of "Clogging In The ...
Although I now have to remember things from this past Monday (writing on Friday) there are several worth memorializing. The drive from Baytown to San Antonio was not very memorable except for the heat and pulling into a gas station and noticing a fissure in the cement requiring careful navigation. Paula wondered if it was from an earthquake. Come to find out, this part of the country gets so dry the damage is more violent than from frost up north. The earth dries out ...
... worth more than our house. Cool though, we can watch their tv from our window (it flips outside, and in aspect is still larger than the one in our trailer). It's pretty bright and clear. We put sunscreen on the kids just in case. Other than Johnny pooping in the pool, all is well. Barret, Jenn and "The Crew" P.S. We have a kick ass video, but it won't upload properly. If anyone knows how to upload to the iPad from your camera let us ...
... While it may not have been Kaitlyn's most favorite spot, I hope that someday during history class she will be able to appreciate that she walked these hallowed grounds.
Of the 5 missions left in San Antonio, we next visited both Mission San Jose and Mission Concepcion. Unfortunately for me, on the way to Mission San Jose, Kaitlyn completely crashed. And I mean, out like a light. She slept for the 10 minute ride there, the entire ...
... open the barricaded doors. The desperate struggle continued until the defenders were overwhelmed. By sunrise, the battle had ended and Santa Anna entered the Alamo compound to survey the scene of his victory. Basically 200 Texans were defeated by 6000 Mexicans over a 12 day period.
The Alamo was remembered forty-six days later, on April 21, 1836 at the Battle of San Jacinto, where 783 men led by General Sam Houston defeated 1,500 Mexicans. Sam Houston started the ...
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