Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center
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... to meet them in Houston where we spent a few hours in the Museum of Natural History.
What an experience that was. We basically only touched on some of its treasures, it would take days to really take in everything that was on offer at this place. Hands on exhibits that children just love, magnificent gemstones worth millions of dollars, fossils that are even older than I am, a history ...
... over the role of Historian for the chapter. I did actually find a candidate. Dinner Friday evening was Navy bean soup with cornbread. The meal was very good but not enough, at least for me. Bob probably had plenty. After dinner we played Card Bingo. Not Bingo like you are thinking, this one is played with a deck of cards. There is four in a group. Each player gets 13 cards and the "caller", using a deck of cards, calls out each one. The first one to ...
... us. We had some time to kill and did the 2 mile trail we were parked near. Because it had been raining so much a few parks of the trails were flooded which meant either turning back or getting creative to get across. We managed and it ended up being pretty fun! No one bugged us that night and we slept great! No ...
... we didn’t get to see them. Anyway, I was so excited to see them and to find out that they were staying in the same resort as us for the next three days.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention, we are staying at a resort near Houston, Texas called The Woodlands Resort and Conference Centre. My dad has to work throughout the day, so we only get to see him in the morning and at night.
The first day that ...
... from it all once in a while and be completely independent. Even more, it's the anticipation of the awesome people I will meet along the way.
This reminds me of a quote I cam across:
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you did not do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
I have honestly say that ...