Baymont Inn/Houston I-45 North
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... Adélies live only in the Antarctic region.
My favourite - because I think it is the cutest - is the Chinstrap penguin named for obvious reasons though I think the strap looks more like a smile. This penguin too is only black and white, and about the same size as the Adélie penguin.
The Gentoo penguin has a bright orange bill and a white ...
... one opens the door to unexpected people.
Check out your garage to ensure that it is secure. Intruders could easily break into your garage and access your home. A C-clamp is very useful for garage doors that lift on tracks. It will prevent garage doors from opening up whenever it is near the roller and is tight on the track.
In the summer, remove all the dead trees from your yard. As things heat up in the ...
We had to leave our comfy, beautiful, cosy, amazing beds behind today :(. We left the hostel at about 8.30am and hit the road for Houston. It felt like a really long drive today, only getting into Houston just before dinner.
On the way though, we stopped and had lunch at the Tobasco factory. We then did a tour of the factory, and were able to look at the 5 different flavours of Tobasco that they are famous for. Today they were bottling green pepper Tobasco, headed for Brasil.
... and I, though her mother could speak some very simple English words (I learnt that Jumbo is hello and kwahiri is goodbye in Swahili!). All their family (except the husband's mother) remain in Congo, so they have settled here without anyone but are happy to be in a safer environment. It must be hard attending the meeting when she can't really understand what is being said or communicate much with the brethren and sisters - a big challenge!
When Sunday ...