Cedar Sands Motel
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... sunny and hot and walked out to wet, gray and cool?? They have had a tremendous amount of rain over the last number of weeks. The bayous are full. Everyone is sick of it like we were of the snow last winter.
All the rain yesterday did something to my radio. No tunes out of the speakers.
Leaving Baton Rouge over the mighty Mississippi was a trip. Great pictures! I must have been on an elevated road for 50 miles over the ...
"Galveston, oh Galveston, I am so afraid of dying Before I dry the tears she's crying Before I watch your sea birds flying in the sun At Galveston, at Galveston." Glenn Campbell 1969 Walked from the camp to the Houston Audubon Bird Sanctuary at Boy Scout Woods. Unfortunately, all the birds had already migrated, and all we saw were a fluoro green lizard, lantana and mossies! Back to camp and then drove along the coast, the length of ...
... reasons. The caves that Minor Tom took us through were breath taking and the water felt perfect on this extremely hot day. I did appreciate the fact that he made arrangements to get us back with plenty of time to shop before we needed to be back on the ship.
Mini Speed Boat at Barracuda Beach Club A-
Tons of fun racing around in the 2 person speed boats in the perfectly turquoise water. Our tour operator Julio and ...
... 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 ...
We aimed to head to Galveston stopping en route at Cracker Barrel for a pancake brunch. Having reached the local Cracker Barrel rather later than planned and told it would be a half hour wait, we decided to head on and find something else on the way. The risk was arriving in Galveston an hour or so later having not eaten. It was looking rather realistic until we stumbled upon another Cracker Barrel sign pointing us to exit 23 on the I-45. As we were driving all the way to the start ...