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Day 5A day of rest at the Galveston Island State Park! I took the day off from driving and rested and rearranged my stuff. The bed in the back had become wet from the rainstorm the other day so I set everything out to dry well. In the afternoon I went for ...
... water and felt my feet on the ground. It reminded me to feel. Sensing the solidness of the earth beneath my feet and the vastness of the sky above and letting the world touch my heart. Letting go of the should’s, could’s and would’s and just being fully in the moment and softening to it.Port Arthur is a crazy big oil installation kind of ugly but then ...
Mariner of the Seas is in fine shape. Clean and pretty, with several new additions similar to the Freedom class (we traveled on last cruise) to bring it more up to date. She was in dry dock last year and they added a big screen over the pool, touch screen monitors throughout the ship with maps and daily cruise compass activities, etc. I only wish they could have found space to add a Flow Rider. We really missed that.
... We used the Droid Navigator to find our way and left it on as we crossed. Out of nowhere, the "Hussy" as Lynnie calls the woman in there said, "Make a U-turn!". It was the highlight of the day.
I got a shot of the Lighthouse from the Ferry. It was built in 1843 and constructed of cast iron. During the Civil War (is that ever an oxymoron), it was dis-assembled and melted down for war material. It was re-built after the war was lost by the ...
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So I am currently driving outside of Austin, after I had bad news about my tire. They were all torn up and I miraculous made it to the tire place without a blowout. Nice way to start this journey.
I feel like crying. But I get out on 183 and it is beautiful out here. It is stunning. And I play "Meet Me in Montana" - the song I was going to play when I first left Houston and ...