Hyatt Market Street, The Woodlands
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... which takes in of course the Texas Oil industry, dinosaurs, planetarium, the list just goes on and on. It was a very educational day. Later on that afternoon we all sat down and enjoyed a lovely meal.
We have been a little quite for the past few weeks, waiting on our friends Tom and Glestelle to arrive from Australia.
They will be here in two days time. It will then be all ...
... of all their cards wins the pot. Last night the pot was pretty good since there were 11 teams. We played 8 games and only one had more than one winner. So the pot won was $11 each time. This morning breakfast was later than normal and everyone showed up. We even had several people for breakfast who were not attending the rally. Then there was the first business meeting with the new president. Everything went well. He gave me an agenda he was going to ...
It had been raining a lot so when we got to Sam Houston National Forest we were hoping for a good place to stay. I had seen that there was free camping but it turned out only to be for people in tents along the trails. The campsites were a little over our budget so we pulled into a trail parking lot and hoped no one ...
... we went down to the pool. On weekends, they have lots of fun activities down by the pool. Activities also run on weekdays but they aren’t as fun. First we swam and went on the water slides until the activities started. I won limbo so I got a free smoothie. We also got face paint, entered in a hula-hoop competition, got some cool balloons, played giant Jenga, made a puppet, made and ate S’mores. As well as all ...
... I've taken so far have changed my life in a dramatic way. From the very first skydive to my last, from every single camping trip I've been to (best and worst of them) and each day trip in between, I never went home regretting that I went. I can't stand the idea of staying home doing the same thing over and over. I'm a big believer of cause and effect; what you get out of this life is determined by what you put into it. Stay tuned for more...once I'm finally on the ...