Studio 6 Port Arthur
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Today is Day 100 of our motorcycle adventure. It should be exciting to think we have been on the road for 100 days! It IS exciting, unfortunately today's ride just didn't live up to the excitement of the 100th day. We knew when we started out that today would be over 300 miles, so we tried to get on the road at a more reasonable time. We did pretty good, and were on the road at about 8:30.
After recovering from our night in ...
... I stumble upon my checked out folio later in the day, put under my door and ignored by me, but placed in my belongings by the bellman, I see it was not. Again I struggle briefly with my moral compass, but if your system is busted, that's not my problem.
I once was making pickles and I went to WalMart for jars and lids. The way I put the items in the cart made the cashier miss charging me for a box of jars. I didn't realize that until I got ...
... ol' Austin bat viewing. If you don't know, one of the major tourist attractions in Austin this time of year is the nightly flight of the bats that live under Congress Avenue bridge. This may not sound exciting, but turns out this bridge is the ideal roost for the Mexican free-tailed bats…about 1.5 million bats! Every night, this colony of bats streams from their roost to hunt, and EVERY night they consume 10,000 to ...
... Crestwood Baptist Church with our friends. If you are every there in Lumberton and you are looking for a great church to attend, this is a really good church.
- Lumberton, TX
... It's a rice and pork mixture. Here it was made into balls and deep fried. We are close to Louisianna but still in TX so it makes sense. The gumbo wasn't as good as Petes but we like the okra style. Tomorrow it's getting caught up again before New Orleans. Can't wait to see Chris and ...