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Howdy Partner, wow I've been in Texas for too long I need to get out of here. But first we stopped at Big Thicket National Park. I even became a Junior Ranger there. So we went for a hike and at the end we saw a dog trapped in the bathroom. My dad let it out and gave it some water. It ...
... while taking care of some business in the bushes...a bobcat ran up on me...now that would have made a good picture...too bad I was pre-occupied. And finally...we braved the MOBS of people including a bus full from Houston. Yeah you know it is a good place to bird when they build a grandstand (see photo). Out of principle, I refused to sit in the grandstand with 200 of my closest friends. Probably the best danger moment occured when ...
... song goes " Hold me closer Tony Danza ...."
We had the bar singing those words :) GOLD !
After dancing up a storm to Sweet Child O Mine and Thunderstuck to name a few, we had a few complimentary shots from the barman and settled the bill, a massive $38 each (for food and booze). Crazy.
The boys retired around 2.00am and headed back to the rooms for a debrief and a cup of tea.
Brilliant night which couldn't have been choreographed better.
Over and ...
After Lynn had her weekly "conference call" with her friends in Helena and had swept the floor, we took off for a bit of discovery in the Park. We were looking for the Village Creek Trail, but found only a bit of the creek. We followed the Loblolly Trail a bit and two or three others and finally did the Village Slough Trail again. In total we did over three miles, which is good. We met our neighboring campers on that trail. They're ...
... and curvy" road out of town. It seems we have a magnet on Shorty that draws us to such road surfaces. It was tolerable, however and soon we were on the varied surfaces of Interstate 10, heading west.
There is lots of water down here and we noticed numerous rice paddies with folks driving "floating tractors" on the surface of a few. The trees thinned out some and more open agricultural fields appeared. The weather held up fine with only ...
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