Sunday, April 01, 2007

Scootin Around Texas

A few weeks ago, Rob and Rachel visited the San Jacinto Monument. Not many people know it exists (even in Texas), but it's worth a trip if you happen to be visiting Houston. At 567 feet, it's 12 feet taller than the Washington Monument, and situated in the actual spot / swamp of the battle where Sam Houston exclaimed, "Remember the Alamo!" Given its size and the sacredness of its location, we found it a little bizarre that it was so unkempt. Let's just say there is a lot of opportunity for improvement around the facility. For starters, the sidewalk that surrounds the reflecting pool is sinking into the water...

Recent photos of Jackson for Grandma (Carol):
Jackson at 4 months
Jackson eating flowers
Jackson getting air

From yet another trip to Austin (3.30)
Rachel at the Blue Bell factory
Rob at the Blue Bell factory
Bluebonnets in Hill Country

1 comment:

Kelleigh said...

What do they call it in literature jargon when you have a bunch of random thoughts all strung together? Here is an example of what I'm talking about: I am so jealous that you got to go to the ice cream factory!! Did you get free samples? I am glad that you guys are exploring Texas so much. I remember going to the monument a couple of times. It is pretty cool. Your little guy is so cute! You should have taken a picture of Rachel sitting in the field of bluebells. Beautiful picture. Can't wait to see you again!