Texas Family Vacation – Part 3

Texas Family Vacation – Part 3

Our final day in San Antonio was spent exploring the town. We began with The Alamo.

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I highly recommend a trip, and make sure you plan enough time to thoroughly read the information. It was such an act of bravery, and I was in awe of the sacrifice of the defenders.

Afterwards, we amble to The River Walk, where we enjoyed Tex Mex food, pretty architecture, and ice cream, of course.

With only a few hours before our flight, we decided to visit some of the local historic missions. Some even still host church services. The architecture was amazing, and the stories sad, as many times the natives did not want to convert, but they had no freedom to leave the “mission”.

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Thanks again to Cassie for the photos. I am still learning my way around these fancy phones, and accidentally deleted all our trip photos, and haven’t been able to find them since. Sigh.

Texas was a whirlwind adventure full of sun, food, laughs, and memories. Thank you Mom and Dad for supplying us with a trip to remember, thank you Jason for keeping Cody company while you two napped through it, and thank you Cassie for a quote for the books that I can’t type here. But don’t worry, I wrote it in the guest book at the condo, and gave you proper credit.

7 thoughts on “Texas Family Vacation – Part 3

    1. 😀 😀 😀 😀
      Cody told me not to, and I was giggling and couldn’t stop and said, “This is my little sister face. I am bugging Kashi” hahahah!
      Good stuff. 😀

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