Travel Blogs from Brownsville
... beauties for $12.00. We were a group of 10 or so and everyone participated in the manicures, for me it was the first time, but will not be the last. I enjoyed every minute of it, as they cleaned the over grown fungus on my toes.
Now, as always these trips are interspersed with the consumption of large amounts of margaritas, cervesa, and copulas amounts of food. The border is only around 20 k from the park, and you leave your vehicle in the parking lot on the US side and walk ...
... a well traveled companion. Granddaughter Avery from St. Louis area has graciously allowed us to give her Stanley more opportunities to see the world. We have been glad to help.
Just back from Louie's, ate a variety of seafook until I was stuffed. It's about a 5 mile drive to the island from where Joan now lives, and I can't believe the number of cops on the highway with people pulled over.
... is to roll
all of the episodes, chapters, and events, whatever into a continuing story at
some point. Therefore I could go back and look at the different entries and
attempt to get them to flow together into an adhesive happening.
Now, I have been looking at other blogs, and have not
determined that this is really a blog, or not, if what I have looked at is what
a blog should look like, does anyone really know? Does it have to be a fancy
thing with ...
Another semi-lazy day. Up at 7:30 and made a few phone calls. We had lunch scheduled today with Joan and her water aerobics group that have lunch together once a month. For sure, Bev was the youngest and I was the next youngest. Guessing their were over 40 seniors in the group. I have to admit that they had a great time celebrating an early St. Pat's Day. No green beer, but lots of Irist stuff. Great location and great food. We ...
Beach was a little chilly on Christmas Eve but water was warm enough to get in and play... Dug the biggest hole to play in and build a fort around. After a few hours on the beach collecting shells and digging in the sand, we went mass and then hit the sack to wait for ...