Riverwood Retreat & Tin Can Tourist Court
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... would generally be an early rise for me back home, I say it was a late start as its dark here by 5pm, with daylight ofcourse being the ideal driving hours. Anyway, we headed in towards Houston, and made our sight-seeing stop at NASA's Houston Space Centre. This is where our day went off plan, but for the good. The exhibits and attractions were that interesting that we spent 5 hours in the centre (and I've never even watched Star Trek). It ...
What a perfect day to see this vibrant city. Texas has every right to brag about it's big sky and today it was pure blue.
We toddled around the downtown for a bit, definitely worth seeing, a great mix of old and new, that duty done we headed straight for the SoCo District, ( South Congress St) which sounded like it would be our kind of town, and was it ...
... I had to play the room a bit, read the story and do the kid-on-the-knee thing. For the open houses, it would be kids on the knee, then working the lobby if time permitted. For Christmas day, I would be delivering presents to kids in their rooms who were in the hotel. A tall order, I thought, for a Santa Claus who would be more green than his suit would be red. But not being one to back away from a challenge, I doubled down when Emanualle asked if I would take ...
I thought the last segment would satisfy my viewers for a while, but from the feedback people are hungry for me so here we go. We woke up the next day not really in a rush as yesterday had taken a fair bit out of us and we only had 40 or so miles until we reached Albuquerque which was our final stop as i will explain later on. We started the morning with breakfast and a tyre change as yet again i was flat, luckily our excellent host at the motel had a spare foot pump which he ...
... the trees, on the sidewalk, flying past my head, so fast that it was just a blur. A bossy whistle, nothing subtle there. A crow? Couldn't be a crow, the sound was wrong. Couldn’t be a crow, the color was wrong too. This bird shimmered purple-ish on its head, its eyes were yellow, not black-crow black.
It took an internet search for me to find the name: GRACKLE. Southeast Texas is full of grackles, and the ...