Sounds good to me.
T-Bone Tom's is good, the Flying Dutchman is great. There's a lot of small local restaurants in there too, don't go to the boardwalk part, go straight at the 4-way. I've eaten (and drank) at Skallywag's too.I've only ever eaten at Bubba gumps in kema. The patio is right on the boat entrance from the bay.
Les, is the Texas in Houston (I see in a later post its moved temporarily)? Is it the battleship from the turn of the century? I wouldn't mind seeing that one. (The one I'm thinking of had two guns in the turrets and is black and white in the pictures I've seen of it.) I've toured the battleship Massachusetts a couple of times. I still haven't made it to the Alabama, which is much closer to me now, yet. I believe the Alabama is a sister ship to the Massachusetts but was built a little later. The Massachusetts and Alabama were built in the '30's but I think the Texas was the USes first Dreadnaught class ship.I'm unfortunately undecided at this time with my BIL being ill. Maybe meet somewhere mid way and ride to Battle Ship Texas / San Jacinto Monument. Just thinking out loud.
Unfortunately I'm working. If you go, test drive the Live Wire. Would love to know what your thoughts are. Remember, you can always test drive mine if you want.