Motel 6 Houston Hobby Airport
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- Free parking
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... experience since neither of us have ever driven an SUV before. But four wheel drive seemed like a necessity, as did all the extra room an SUV provides with all the camping gear and such. I'm also hoping it'll have nifty features that both our cars lack.
I double-booked Vegas and the Grand Canyon. So I called Vegas, last night, and our hotel, and explained the situation to them, they were very understanding and ...
This is the basic plan (left out the small campgrounds and stuff) and for people who asked about sending me packages on the way I put **s next to the ones where I'm picking up my re-supplies, and there's a picture of a sample address attached to this entry:). 6/2- start in Banff, AB 6/14- Elkford, AB 6/16- Eureka, MT 6/21- Ovando, MT 6/24- ...
... pretty damn domesticated to me. Like giant moggies! Then of course they had cuddly toys of them in the gift shop and one of them was the size of cat, and I wanted it as a surrogate Merlin. Yes I have become that crazy cat lady, it’s been 41 days and I miss my kittens!
The last part of the Aquarium is a pool where you can feed and stroke Stingrays. The others partook in that activity, I gave it a miss. Never liked the feeling of fish ...
... from the women and piled thousands of people on boats, dispersing them through the American colonies. The colonies did not receive this well, and many of the Acadians died in holding tanks, were sold into indentured servitude, or were shipped to England, and thence to France. There's a photo of a sign from the museum at Lafayette which details what happened to the Acadians--it's a pretty grim story, and one which we are not taught ...
... of the rocket had a 3.6m diameter and were the length of a medium size car. Those engines were just to get the rocket from earth into space before being jettisoned!!
Mase just cannot imagine sitting atop the barely controlled explosion which is a Saturn rocket launch and letting yourself be propelled into space - scary stuff!
We also saw a presentation about life up in space and something that fascinated me was how they recycle all liquids on the ...