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Early today I was on TV in Baton Rouge LA. My friends, Tom and Donna Westbrook of Dallas TX, daughter Lauren is a news anchor in the morning at WAFB Channel 9 in Baton Rouge LA. We will publish the link soon... and our story will air tomorrow, Friday night on the 5 o'clock news. It was a great experience and the staff were great. I felt like a celebrity. Lauren is beautiful, like Donna and we had a fun visit. I woke up to the Baton Rouge weather ...
... a bus to Galleria area (pretty much a Chadston shopping centre) Had lunch and got some essential items for the suitcase :) We headed back to Mels and got ready for dinner and a night at a rodeo. Dinner was at a Cajun restaurant across the road. We had grilled chicken and veggies (crazy, I know) - although $5 Long Island ice teas were not the safest special for us. After dinner, we got an Uber to the Wild West down the road. We had a drink and then moved ...
Morning: 20 C Afternoon: 29 C We got up at the usual time, around 8:00 AM. We had the usual daybreak breakfast that is offered at Wyndham hotels. By 10:00 AM we were on the freeway heading south on I-45 toward Galveston. Today was another awesome day. So far we have experienced only one overcast morning and that was in Dallas I believe on the third day. Getting a parking spot along the beach in Galveston was quite tough. There were plenty of spots (all parallel parking) all along ...
... Matt and I enjoyed!!
Well fed and happy we moved on to Moody Gardens which has three pyramids (not quite as high as Egypt's!) that house an indoor aquarium, science discovery centre and rainforest. We chose to visit the aquarium and were especially impressed with the amazing varieties of seahorse, as well as the other displays.
Trying to be brief now, we left about 4pm and dropped past the Glumac's home (Bro Ed, Sis Sharon and ...
The bride and grom was facing the audience while reciting the weddings vows.
The reception was at an old building in downtown ,Houston.There was a glass multicolored ceiling.
We took a bus provided.
There was wacky pictures taken during the reception.
There were a lot of guests.