Travel Catagory

Just Where Did November Go?

November I cannot believe it is already the end of November!  This month went by so fast and was so busy it just seems like a blur.  With so much going on this month, I am looking forward to December and the first of the year 2018. We had planned a trip in the motorhome … Read more


Houston A Great City

Houston Being the 4th largest metropolitan area in the United States, Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast has so many things to offer.  You could stay busy all year round with all of the available things to do. Any activities available you can think of is available.  Do you like physical activity? Hiking, kayaking, golf, roller skating are just a few … Read more


Sight and Sound Theatre – Branson, Missouri

Moses Statue

Visiting the Sight and Sound Theatre in Branson Missouri The Sight and Sound Theatre, opened in 2008.  This is one attraction you will not want to miss while in Branson, Missouri.  The unique theatre is a beautifully well-maintained building with its manicured lawns.  Its lobby is both grand and elegant. The Sight and Sound Theatre produces Christian … Read more


Branson Missouri – Riding the Ducks

Picture of Duck, Branson Missouri

Riding the Ducks in Branson Missouri Riding the Ducks is an entertaining outing worth checking out while visiting Branson, Missouri. The ride on the Ducks, an amphibious vehicle lasts approximately an hour and a half. During the outing you will be taken through Branson while the Captain of the vehicle entertains the crowd by including them … Read more


5 Things to do in Bryan College Station

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A visit to Sour Lake, Texas

Sour Lake, Texas Today I visited a small town in East Texas called Sour Lake. In order to get there on time, I ended up having to leave very early and could not resist pulling over long enough to take this picture of the beautiful sunrise. For work I am sometimes required to travel throughout … Read more


Galveston Island Tree Sculpture Self Guided Tour


GALVESTON TREE SCULPTURES Before the Hurricane IKE zeroed in on Galveston Bay in 2008, beautiful towering live oak trees canopied the streets of Galveston everywhere. One of the hurricanes many casualties were thousands of these old magnificent beauties.   Many were uprooted by the wind.  Others just could not overcome the damage the sand and salt water from the tidal surge inflicted.  It is believed the Island lost … Read more


Weekend Getaway-Galveston State Park

Sunset Galveston Bay

Hector and I have been saying to each other that we are not using the motorhome enough. Work and family responsibilities sometimes takes over and we have found, just like anything else, if you do not make the time it will not happen. We made a commitment to start making smaller weekend getaways and this … Read more


A Day trip-Anahuac

Saturday – July 8, 2017 Today we decided we were going to take the motorhome out for a ride. We have not used it much this year and it is best if you run/drive it periodically when it is not being used regularly.  This is what we have heard anyway. We needed a getaway so it worked out … Read more


Grand Canyon-California trip continued

The next morning we got up and headed to the Grand Canyon. Where we stayed in Val Verde it was about an hour from Williams Arizona.  Williams is where you turn off to go to Grand Canyon.  The terrain was strange to me. We went up and down steep grades all I-17 then the 50 … Read more

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