La Quinta Inn & Suites Conroe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We traveled to Spring, TX (near Houston) on Wednesday the 27th to prep for our big Friend-giving!!! Holly and Taerik Berry joined us at Kyle and Christy Scott's home for a holiday away from home. It was such a blast! We prepared turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, rolls, ...
Today, we arrived at the Rayford Crossing RV Resort in Spring, TX. We have stayed at this campground several times, and always look forward to coming back.
We are here to spend time with my brother and sister-in-law, Steve and Cindy, and their family.
After getting set up, we drove to their lovely home in The Woodlands. After we arrived, their son ...
Started the day traveling to Todd Mission Tx to hang with Matt on his field trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival. Would have had a better time if it wasn't raining thee whole day. I got to meet Matt's Crush Danielle. The 2 of them were inseperable. We were able to leave a little early and get onto our drive to Florida. We stopped for the night in Mississippi and stayed at a Home2 Suites which is a Hilton Brand Hotel. Not ...
... and the bunnies? Didn’t see any logging jobs or wildlife--fairly quiet road trip--yet, we had a fun and entertaining day. It’s rewarding enough to just drive along and not see ‘spectacular stuff’, but to just enjoy what the ride is giving us as we put on the miles—it’s not the trip, it’s the adventure. Well, we did have a 'target direction' -- Huntsville. There, we visited the Sam Houston museum ...
... Antonio de Valero. The “President” of Mexico, Santa Anna, laid siege upon The Alamo and successfully laid claim upon it as Mexican territory, only to shortly later lose it in a battle to Samuel Houston. At that time Texas was struggling to be a sovereign nation. The Alamo is famous for the battle between a few dozen Texans against an army of hundreds of Mexicans; all Texans who were captured were executed shortly after their surrender including Davy Crockett. The ...