Kirk and I stooped in Galveston on our way to Quilt Market in Houston. Yes, of course it's on the way - if you go that way! It was super windy, and the ocean looked tan instead of blue. We asked one of the clerks if it always was so brown and she answered, "No, sometimes it's really pretty!" If you're from Minnesota, it's pretty no matter what color it is.
The Lego store at the Galleria was almost as exciting as the quilts at Market. Wow!! Bins and bins of legos in every shape and color.
Downtown at the Hilton, there was a decorated pumpkin contest. My favorite one was "Día de los Muertos" or "Day of the Dead".
At first glance I wondered why this werewolf was next to the pumpkins, but then I noticed that his head was a pumpkin. Scary guy.
Kirk's favorite part of Market is the restaurants - oops - I meant the quilts! We had South American food, steaks, seafood, and the last night we had great Mexican food at Chuy's. What a fun place - and a great way to end our trip.