Wingate by Wyndham Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH
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... then if we felt that it took time away from the chapter, we wouldn't continue. The powers to be were amenable to that suggestion, so if things go as expected we will have another hat to wear for the next year.
Today we did more of the same as yesterday, walking through the vendors and coaches. There was an ice cream social this afternoon. It isn't the same as the Passport America ice cream social, but it was OK. ...
... for the Orion programme, which will see people land on Mars in the mid 2030s. It was a really interesting building and cool to see actual workers doing their stuff. Third stop on the tour was a look at a rocket that was built for the Apollo programme but never got launched due to funding being pulled. It was interesting to hear the retired rocket scientist talk about the three stages of the rocket and what powers each of them. The rocket is ...
... I don't think we'll have enough room. I haven't been camping since my sleep-away camp days, and I'm looking forward to it even though with the recent inventions of things like smart phones and iPads and such, I'm sure camping will be a lot different than back in the day.
All I need is a duffel bag for my clothes, though Justin seems to think I'll pack my entire wardrobe and I'll make the bag too heavy... ...
... Basically people who need to get their cars to another city just give you the car at a cost of $1 a day to drive it for them. Sounded cool, so Daniel said he'd consider that maybe!! He was visiting a few places we planned too, so we said we might end up bumping into him again, who knows?! We had tea, and went to bed at a decent time before an early get up!
Today was the day!! We had to go and pick up our motorhome that would be our ...
... healing/salvation, those who are not seeking to appear righteous by doing good things but those who love God and try to be like Him.
Afterwards the Ecclesia put on a pizza and salad lunch which was lovely. West Houston is quite small, I'd say there were about 20 adults there, including us, though about 4 were away for various reasons. It was really nice to sit down and chat with many of the members over lunch and appreciate their backgrounds, life ...