Well, today is the start of the big 10th anniversary rally of the Texas Boomers, the group that we have been members of since 2003. It was the first rally group we participated in and I was honored to be the first Houston Area Leader. I am proud of the records I set as the leader of the group and want to thank all of our members for supporting me.
We sat around at our site this morning, drinking coffee with Bob. We walked across to the little taqueria that serves breakfast tacos and had our breakfast. Harry came by and later went to pick up some donuts and got into trouble with Judy for not getting her a fritter. He picked some up for Bob and his girlfriend. We all had fun with that later in the day.
We took Bob and Dana to the Explore USA dealership to look at some new trailers. Bob said he might like to look at a toyhauler, so I took him to see the Cyclone line. He said he liked them, and who knows, he may convert from his motorhome to the Cyclone. We met the General Manager of the store, a man named Jeff Benoist (pronounced Benwah) whose brother I know well from the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.
We came back home and hung out here. We had decided to go to a little German restaurant called Little Gretal. I called and made reservations for us and when we arrived, there were few people in the restaurant but the food was good. It's a little pricey, but it was good for a change of pace place to eat.
We came home and sat outside of Bob's motorhome until the yawns caught up with us and we went home about 10. I am getting into condition to sit outside, since the Boomers will start to arrive in earnest tomorrow.