Tired of sitting on people's laps, Foo was glad to find that the row in front of his friends was empty so he could sit in his own seat (well, two) and enjoy the game that way! He still packs a mean cheer!
Foo just loved hanging out with his good friend, Felipe, who was the one that made it possible for Foo to watch the Texans live! Muchas gracias amigo! Good friends, football and a bit of Spanish. You just can't beat that!
Foo's favorite season is football season, especially when he suddenly got to go to a Texans game at Reliant Stadium. To show his pride and excitement for the game he was going to tonight, he put on his Texans uniform just in case they needed him to play.
Foo is always on the lookout for his friend Waldo because that guy gets around almost as much as Foo. Low and behold during Foo's drive through the streets of Galveston, there was Waldo, hanging out way up high.
Foo was stunned beyond belief when he jumped up on this giant propeller and it turned to gold! For a moment, he thought he was rich, but then he realized he couldn't quite get that in the car. He jumped around on other things to try to turn them to gold as well, but no such luck... Must have been a one-time deal, or a trick of the sun.
When Foo took a walk along the water in Galveston, the seagull were massive and kept dive-bombing people, like this guy here who was carried off and who knows what happened to him. Foo kept his eyes on the sky after that.
Even though Foo could find no food service, he was still excited about his train ride and went all the way to the caboose to way to the crowds as they pulled out of the station. Sadly the train didn't actually go anywhere... since it was a museum...
As Foo got accustomed to his surroundings on the train, he started to feel a little hungry so he hopped on over to the dining car. There was not wait at all for a table... but after 20 minutes and no waiter service, Foo got a little impatient.
He stormed back to the kitchen to give the cooks a piece of his mind... but the kitchen was all locked up and there was no food to be had. Shucks!
Now that he'd tried his hand at driving the train, it was time for Foo to sit back and enjoy the ride. As he walked down the very narrow hallway on the old train, he even felt a little too big for the space. No big people on this train, for sure!
After riding on a few of the cool trains, Foo had had enough of just being a passenger, so he jumped on up and got ready to take the controls.
But when he started to look around at what he needed to do to control the big iron beast, Foo had second thoughts. Although he did color coordinate well, he wasn't too confident with being tall enough to reach all the levers.
Foo was so excited to ride the rails at the Galveston Railroad Museum that he jumped up onto the front of #314 to go for a ride. When he found out the front was called a cow catcher, though, he reassessed the safety of his seat... Nobody needs cows in their teeth.
As Foo continued to search for his friends, he jumped up onto this lady's lap, but she was stuck up and shooed Foo away.
He was so sad and ready to curl up by himself on the wooden benches when this really nice conductor found him and picked him up and did everything he could to find Foo's friends for him.
He even introduced Foo to this nice lady who wanted to interview him about his being lost and get his photo for the local newspaper. That was when Foo's friends finally found him again, and all was well.
While wandering around the Railroad Museum, Foo got separated from his friends and tried to use this phone to call for help. Sadly, he couldn't really hold up the mouthpiece very well, or dial the rotary panel...
Foo recently purchased a new super technical camera so he can bring his readers even better photos of his adventures, but his friend Jonathan decided to play with some of its new effects, like extreme red focus...
... and the fisheye lens. Who knew Foo had such a big nose?!