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Glad To Have My Wife Back . . .

Today was another Clear Lake travel day, so after gassing up at the Kroger’s in Willis, I was on my way about 9:45.




While I was getting gas I was checking out the SigAlert app on my phone, looking at all red (heavy) traffic lines moving through downtown Houston. I was already planning on taking the Hardy Toll Rd. into I-610E and then back over to I-45, but then it all bogged down into bumper-to-bumper cars, especially around the I-10 interchange.

But looking east of town I saw that I could go east at I-610 instead of west and then hook up with I-69/US59 south, which would bring me back into I-45 below the downtown area, and all the heavy traffic

And it worked. It was just smooth sailing with almost no slowdowns, never dropping below 50mph. And even better it looks like it will work in reverse as well, when I’m coming back to Conroe.




Things went pretty well at the client’s today, except for the USB WiFi adapter Win7 install. I was able to track down a number of things in the system that I had been looking for. It’s amazing all the weird places the ex-guy found to squirrel things away.

But the USB WiFi adapter install on the Win7 is still a dud. I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers several times, I tried 3 different USB ports on the machine, and I swapped in the working adapter from the Win10 machine.

All with no luck. So now it’s a email off to the the seller, and we’ll see how it goes.

Since I was picking up Jan in Katy this afternoon, I was on the way about 3pm trying to stay ahead of the traffic, especially since leaving Brandi’s, we’d encounter even more traffic heading up to Conroe.

So Jan and I were on our way from Brandi’s a little after 4, taking the 99 Tollway up to I-45 and then on up to Willis for . . . Whataburger!



Tomorrow we’ll rest up and later get groceries, as well as take care of a few other things.



Thought for the Day:
 

Too bad the only people who know how to run the country are busy driving cabs and cutting hair. – George Burns 

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2 Responses to Glad To Have My Wife Back . . .

  1. Greg can you give us readers an update of whats happening in the Houston area with regards to receding of the flood waters, or not and the general shape of things now. I realize that many homes will have to be repaired or replaced. Its hard to find current info from Houston newspapers or website. The rest of America and Canada want to know!

  2. Gene Holcomb says:

    Greg,thank you for the blog just the way it is. I enjoy all your info and find it very interesting. I started your blog when you were filling in for Nick. I enjoy the variety. We have been traveling since 93 so I like the travel part.i do not know about all the techie stuff but I do enjoy reading about it. Of course I know about the eating been dong that since 1941 and I enjoy that part. We also belong to TT and Passport so I enjoy all that. I think you should just keep the blog as is. Also, I am getting to know your family and like that info.
    Gene

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