Monthly Archives: March 2016

Riley Reporting from San Antonio

Dear Elian and Gg, It’s great to be here in San Antonio with you. So far, we went to the Alamo. We saw the real building that the Texians (immigrants in Texas) and Tejanos (people who lived there originally) defended … Continue reading

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Lee Harvey, Longhorns, and Homeschoolers

Our roundabout route through Texas has put us on a lot of FM (farm to market) roads. Rte 77 North, a long, smooth, two-lane highway lined with primrose and bluebonnets,┬átakes us most of the way from the Gulf Coast to … Continue reading

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Cranes, Rain and the Texas Gulf Coast

After two, long driving days, past mountains, canyons and hundreds of miles of flat scrub, we made it to the other side of Texas. Two and a half months since we left the Pacific, we are back at the sea, … Continue reading

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Letter from West Texas

March 3, 2016 Dear Riley, Hi from Elian and Gg! We do not want to write formally but mom and dad said we had to so here we are. We are in West Texas seeing so much. We camped in … Continue reading

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