Road Trip In Texas. By: Luke Calhoon and Alex Heo. NRA . The NRA is the National Rifle Association is a place in Dallas Texas were you are alloud to get your license to have a concealed weapon. It also has a gun range were you are aloud to shoot automatic weapons. . Zero Gravity .
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Road Trip In Texas By: Luke Calhoon and Alex Heo
NRA • The NRA is the National Rifle Association is a place in Dallas Texas were you are alloudto get your license to have a concealed weapon. It also has a gun range were you are aloud to shoot automatic weapons.
Zero Gravity • Zero Gravity is a place to bungee jump of a 250-foot crane. When you are ready they just push you off the edge they do not give you a warning so you have time to freak out. It also is a great place for family.
TCU • Texan Christian University is a 272 acre university. They have a good college for sports, education, and Christ.
UT • UT is a large university located in Austin, TX. Its mascot is the longhorn because Texas has a rich history with cattle and cattle raising. UT is one of the top medical schools in the US and it is good at sports.
Alamo • The Alamo is the most visited tourist site in Texas. It is where 200 Texans hold off 2,000 Mexicans for 13 days. But when the Mexican army breached the walls the Texans had now where to go because the Alamo is a square and all the Mexicans where surrounding them.
Gulf of Mexico • The Gulf of Mexico is the 9th largest body of water in the world. It is bounded on the northeast, north and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States, on the southwest and south by Mexico, and on the southeast by Cuba.
San Jacinto Monument • The San Jacinto Monument is a 567.31-foot high column located in La Porte, Texas. The monument is topped with a 220-ton star that commemorates the site of the Battle of San Jacinto, the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution.
Cities Visited • New Boston • Dallas • Fort Worth • Austin • Houston • Galveston • La Porte