Travel Blogs from Galveston
Left Port Aransas early morn today to get a head start on the day. Rolled back the roof, put on some country music ( no other choice really!) and Hit the Road Jack ( another song post 1970's won't know). Drove through the oil country of Freeport. Man there is some serious plant in operation there. The oil pipes went for miles and the carriages on …
It was a big drive to Texas, the lone star state. We were on the road about 7 hours again and arrived to our destination for the night, Galveston Island around 5 in the evening. It was extremely windy and continued to be so for the whole night, making tent pitching, cooking dinner and even sleep very ...
... various funny hats and wigs in one particular store. They were surprised that they were not actually invited to leave by one of the members of staff.
The 2x Daves got back and joined the others before they rode the short distance to Galveston AL Post where they had a can of pop with some other Legion Riders that were already there before heading back to the I-45 and headed north to Houston.
We all got back at about 19:30 and after dropping ...
... I told you that Dave was the Assistant Road Captain (ARC) and LJ was Tail Gunner (TG) for Group B-Bravo...) whose name was Emmerson Horth from New York state and said that he had to pull out of the line due to the onset of dehydration/heat exposure and that he had been feeling the effects of it for about the last 30 minutes but wanted to complete the ride with the main group. The primary responsibility of all of those in ...
Received confirmation today (July 11th, 2013) that our good friend Dale has passed through customs and will be boarding his new home this evening! Post was made for July 5th as this is the day we dropped off our dear friend at the port in Galveston.
Next stop for the car: Guayaquil, Ecuador.
How has this resort rated in the past?
Great place to stay for a few days. Self contained condo where I could cook a meal or two.
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