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Friends are awesome! Well, at least my friends are... After a hard night of golfing at Top Golf, we slept in at Tacy's place. Nothing like a comfortable bed, with no check-out time to create laziness in two dudes. About 11:00 am, I decided that we should attempt to make a day of it and head out for an adventure. I first found a place near Tacy's that supposedly had really good Cajun food. We first tried the gator bites, ...
... seven national parks: Petrified Forest, Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, Olympic, Crater Lake, and Death Valley, and traveling to a bunch of cities from Vegas to all the way up California to Washington state, so we're HOPEFULLY going to use this blog to post our honeymoon adventures and share photos and stories and inside jokes.
So... the point is... stay tuned, there eventually will be more to come, it just won't be for awhile :)
... WE are amazed, that, for a 8 1/2 year old coach with 74,000 miles, it is completely, spotlessly perfect inside. Nothing seems to have been used or abused in any way. Even the felt in the window sills, which gather and hold dirt and dust horribly, look brand new! Hard to figure out how they put 74,000 miles on it without using anything but the driver's seat!
... of the museum before it got shut around us.
As it was only around 5pm, it was too early for dinner, and we were aware of a weather warning of very heavy rain and 50mph winds arriving later that evening. We drove along the seawall right to the very tip of Galveston, looking East along the South Coast of the Gulf Of Mexico towards Florida. At the East tip of Galveston is the Fort of San Jacinto. Or rather, was the Fort of San Jacinto. It was destroyed by bad weather ...
... So now with a few additional sleepovers to accommodate the 7-hour-rule, I am starting at the beginning. In Houston.
My favorite comment so far is "So you are driving to Houston from Chicago to go to Montana?!?" Yes, yes I am. Even though I have currently traveled 1368 miles, my journey doesn't officially start until I go home, to Texas.
Total miles 1368