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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

East End Historic District, Galveston

Aloha Everyone,

Quite by accident, J.J. and I stumbled onto the East End Historic District of Galveston. This is one of six historic districts and contains one of the largest and historically significant collection of buildings. The district encompass over 50 city blocks.

Some buildings have been restored to their original beauty while others are left to weather and decay. On our next visit to Galveston, I would like us to allocate time to visit a few of the churches, government buildings and private mansions that offer guided tours.

J.J. and I designated today as our cleaning day starting with Honu. Back at Bayou Shore RV Resort on the Offatts Bayou where we stayed neatly a year ago, we did two loads of laundry. A friendly and functional RV park, we are also catching up on news and reading using their reliable WiFi connection.

I made our dinner salad comprised of heart of Romaine lettuce, avocado, baby Swiss cheese, Bartlett pear and toasted almonds. For the main course, J.J. prepared pasta with Pesto sauce and Parmesan cheese.

Aloha -- Cathi