Last Christmas, we took a trip to Chicago. Oh, how it’s expanded over the years. They still have the beloved coal mine exhibit/ride that we went on as kids. And, it’s still pretty interesting.
I believe this train was there when I was little too. It’s still as shiny as ever:
The most beautiful parts of The Woodlands are the forests. Sure, there are lots of nice neighborhoods and restaurants and such. But, give me a peaceful walk in the forest and I’m happy.
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Many communities in The Woodlands have little ponds between the houses. Often in the middle, there’s one little fountain glowing.
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A big rock formation in the middle of the Australian outback was the Olgas. There was a moderately difficult hike that takes you through a canyon between the giant red rocks. It was so hot and dry that it was against the law to start the hike after 11am.
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