Saturday March 1. It was a warm day...it got to 81 degrees. Gene and Yvonne's neighbor came over for dinner.
On the road again Sunday March 2 to Mass with Bev and Tom at St. Elizabeth Seton Church. After lunch Bev and Tom got on the road. Phil and Gene put up some mesh fencing so the dogs wouldn't go through the metal fence. It was about 70 and muggy. About 3 pm we felt a cool breeze and said doesn't that feel good. Then it was cold. By 5 pm when we went to eat at the Green Garden it was 34 degrees. Wow. What a change. In hte evening we played Triominos with Gene and Yvonne.
On the road again Monday March 3 after a cold 27 overnight. I have a tendency to worry about our RV pipes freezing, but all is well. We were looking for some warm weather so headed south to Lynchburg, TX.
The Port of Houston is 50 miles inland. It is number one in foreign trade tonnage. Second in total tonnage.
It is visited by 5,500 ships annually, 700 million tonnage valued at $33 billion.
the Alamo on March 6, 1836.
Seals have a 9,000 year history. Here Mexican seals from 18th to 20th centuries.
|Painting of Stephen Austin as he waits to argue before the Mexican officials for independence of the Texas colonies.|
Sketches of the star for the San Jacinto Monument.