The husband & I have been extremely blessed to travel the past couple years. We literally got paid to travel the United States. No, seriously! We did! We hauled cattle & lived in a semi (18 wheeler) full time for a year and a half. There were times that it was difficult, times that it was seriously a blast & times that you just wanted to crawl in a hole and click your heels in hopes it would return you back home. Being out on the road is so much fun, but it's not always a bouquet of roses. I've decided to share our travel stories throughout this blog, for my record and to read back on & wellfor you all to hopefully enjoy!
A year ago:
With that being said, we were definitely over due for a mini vacation or day off after that ordeal. We always love looking for things to do around the area if we have a bit of down time, especially if it's somewhere that we've not been.
Well, we found NASA! The Houston Space Center to be exact! We dropped our cattle trailer and rolled right up in there, in the semi! I mean they had bus & RV parking, so we were allowed too, right?
I was in complete awe of this place. I've always been fascinated with space in general so I was like a kid in a candy store. There was SO much information to digest & pieces of NASA history to look at. It was incredible. I definitely would love to visit again as I'm sure that I wasn't able to see it all. I'll let the rest of the pictures do the "talking."
This was definitely a great trip! If you've been to NASA, what was your favorite part?
Linking up with Stephanie for a little "Tuesday Talk."