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Apr 20, 2011 - Sealy TX

Hit I-10 westbound at about 7:30 for a long drive. We wanted to get to the west side of Houston by Wednesday afternoon so we wouldn't have to fight their traffic on Thursday. We hit some construction and the roads in Lousiana are bad so that slowed us a bit. Crossed the Mississippi River at Baton Rouge and drove to Sulphur LA to gas-up and have some food. Back on the road, through Houston by about 2pm, and off the road at Stephen Austin State Park near Sealy by about 3pm. Park was very quiet - only about 20 campers in the whole park. Had...

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Mar 6, 2008 - Sealy, Texas.... Third stop.

Our next stop was to be Sealy, Texas to visit with friends we had met several years ago in a Seniors Chat group and had visited two times previously. Our 460 mile day was a pleasant travel day with mostly good roadways, some rain, some construction through Boerne and Western San Antonio, Texas and decent fuel mileage. As we settled in the RV park right along Interstate 10 between Colombus and Sealy, Texas we were happy to be off the road and once again relaxing for a couple of evenings. As we were hooking up the clouds had formed overhead,...

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Jan 5, 2006 - Sealy. Texas

Another day trip, a rather loooooooong day trip I might add, was one to Sealy, Texas to see Tom and Jean Reed, friends we had met on the internet in our chat room and had visited once before. Sealy was about a five hour drive from Sea Wind so we knew we would not have a lot of time to do much but visit a few hours. Tom and Jean live just south of Sealy on their farm, which Jean was raised on. They have remodeled the farm house beautifully and their recently married son and his new wife live close by on the same property. Sealy is located...

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May 15, 2004 - Headed for Sealy, Tx.

On the road and right into rush hour traffic out of San Antonio on the 13th of May, the only saving grace was the majority of the traffic was inbound to the city and we were outbound. It only lasted a few miles and we were sailing east on Interstate 10 with only a short trip to make today. The weather was beautiful, sun shining, cruise control set just taking in the scenery, and watching the other traffic of course. About an hour out of San Antonio, and approaching the Sealy area a tour bus pulled along side us and the lady driving it was...

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