Remember the Alamo!

Remember the Alamo!

We moved into the fantastic Alamo Heights historic neighborhood on March 20 for a week-long stay at an Airbnb home. This is one of my all-time favorite neighborhood stays (dates back to 1890). Charming tree-lined streets, and diversity in home styles (from Spanish Revival to Arts and Crafts, Mediterranean manors, colonial, stone cottages, and brick homes of tan, pink, and grey) made for a wonderful place to walk/run around.

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Houston, the Damclark’s Have Landed

Houston, the Damclark’s Have Landed

After our enjoyable Tyler stay, it was time to mosey on down the highway. On February 17, we meandered the backroads to Seabrook, Texas, a community on Clear Lake south of Houston. We’re here specifically to visit NASA Johnson Space Center/Space Center Houston and to hop over to Galveston Island while we’re in the area.

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We’re in Fort Worth, Texas Y’all

We’re in Fort Worth, Texas Y’all

We left Artesia, New Mexico on March 6, stopped for an overnight in Colorado City, Texas, then moved on down the road a piece to Fort Worth. After a week on the road, it was nice to have our West Texas home to settle in and prepare our own meals again.

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Temecula Valley Wine Country

Temecula Valley Wine Country

We left Palm Springs, California on February 14th and drove about 80 miles west to Murrieta, California in the Temecula Valley. We stayed in an Airbnb apartment over a garage in the lovely quiet hills above Murrieta surrounded by horse country, avocado farms, and miles and miles of white rail fencing.

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Super Blue Blood Moon over Palm Springs

Super Blue Blood Moon over Palm Springs

At the end of our Yosemite post in December, we had mentioned spending the holidays with friends in the Tucson, Arizona area. While there, we visited the west side of Saguaro National Park – home of the nation’s largest cacti.

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