Monday, June 13, 2011

Family Reunion

We recently drove to Texas for a family reunion. We stopped along the way in LA to spend the night and of course we had to eat!! Along the way it really got hot, but not for too long.

We stopped in Nacogdoches to see The Old Stone Fort, which was built by the Spanish in 1779 as the first mercantile house in Nacogdoches. It remained the tallest structure in town for nearly a century, and often served as the seat of civil authority. The building was the scene of many historic moments in early Texas.

Of course, we had to eat since we were there around noon!

When then went on to Lufkin where we did some business at the Court House and then it was time to eat...and again we ate BarBQue!

The next morning we drove to northeast Texas for the family reunion.

Five generations of gorgeous ladies!

There were 7 of Mike's first cousins that were able to come this year. A wonderful time to get together, eat and fellowship.

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