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We left Kerrville, Tx this morning. Kerrville is a town I could live in. Just the right size, clean, friendly people and easy to navigate. We drove on to Houston to visit Gordy's cousin, Delores and her husband, Gus. It had been years since we had seen them, and they have added a daughter since we last saw them. We just were ...
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... rammed the food down our faces there was a queue! Typical. Got to the bag check - no OPEN hot food or drinks allowed so we could have taken it in anyways!! So now we are food-less by 11am! Great. We got in there it was very SPACEY but a lot of it was for kids, a little like techniquest which was a little disappointing. We found a queue of people so joined in, realised afterwards it was for the tram tour around NASA. The first was full so waiting in line for the next one, not to ...
... 20 minutes and we were all chafing at the bit to get inside and see the displays. Finally finished, we walked into the display area where all manner of stalls selling leather goods (belts, hand bags/bag handles), hats, jewellery, clothing and craft were set up. None of us were particularly keen to buy the products but it was fun wandering through and browsing. Behind the stalls was the livestock. We saw the biggest longhorn steer we'd ever encountered as well ...
... State Commander let the parade directly behind the police car. He was followed by Bob Susan flying a US Flag/POWMIA Flag/ALR Flag on a very impressive home-made mast+yard arm set up. Then came about 6x ALR from Texas followed by the ALR flying big (5'x3') US flags - there was about 5 of them. Then came the TWO BRITISH BIKES - decked out with a vexillologist's dream of British flags followed by about 30 or so other American Legion Riders then the rest of ...