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Nov 15, 2011 - Washington on the Brazos, Texas State Historic Park

Today we visited Washington on the Brazos(WOTB), the Birthplace of Texas for a little Texas history . WOTB is where,in March 1836, 53 delegates gathered form the Republic of Texas and write the Texas Constitution. There are actually three separate museum's or displays on the grounds. -- The Visitor Center with displays depicting the gathering of the delegates and the writing of the constitution. -- The Star of the Republic museum. This museum has a 20 minute movie about the delegates and the creation of the Republic Additionally there are...

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Nov 14, 2011 - Going to Washington on the Brazos, Texas State Historic Park

After spending several days with our daughter in the Dallas area this morning we drove to Navasota, TX and spent the night at the Navasota Municipal RV Park about 2 miles W of town on SR105. $10/night and full hook ups (FHU). 10 sites total. The RV Park isn't much to look at, but it is convenient place to spend a night or two while visiting Washington on the Brazos State Historic Park, the birthplace of the Independent Republic of Texas in about 1835-36. Weather: Warm and fairly humid. High in the low 80's and low about 70* Mileage: Today -...

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Oct 9, 2011 - Navasota, Texas to Navasota Texas

I said I would tell you why 110 miles mattered so much. We woke up at the Best Western in Navasota to POURING rain. And it continued to pour. Then it poured some more. All day. Fortunately, I checked Intellicast the night before and went out and covered Glenda's bike (she was asleep) because her leather side bags get REAL wet inside and she would have been impossible to live with if I hadn't. I just carry a cover for my seat which I had also put on. We asked the motel for a late checkout. That didn't help. It was still pouring rain. We...

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Oct 8, 2011 - Natchitoches, LA to Navasota, TX

When I last signed off I asked if you knew how to pronounce the sign in the picture. I DIDN'T mean BAYOU, because that depends on what part of the country you're from. I meant Natchitoches, Louisiana. Are you ready for this...it's Nakitish. I would never have remembered that except we saw a sign for a campground that actually spelled it that way for their name. This is not to be confused with the town in Texas...Nacogdoches, which is pronounced pretty much like it sounds. Got that? Natchitoches and Nacogdoches! So today we rode to Navasota,...

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