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... country. By the time we drove down the winding roads and looked at the surprisingly green nature of Texas, we came to the swimming hole. Unfortunately, we needed cash, which we did not have. After driving up and down the same road multiple times, stopping at a hiking center, a winery, and a CVS, we reached the natural pool just in time to be cleared out for some EMTs to come in and help someone who had injured themselves. YAY!
We then went ...
... want to go riding again - maybe North Carolina. We drove to Austin, parked, and walked into a few hotels to check prices. Ended up at an Extended Stay as it had free parking and was still pretty central. We found a sports bar for dinner, walked along some of the main roads but nothing much was happening due to the cold. Early ...
... time to find the flyaway LAX bus station, get tickets and board. The traffic was fine and we got to the airport at just after 9am so we were really early, of course being early it took no time to check in and get through security, if we were late it would have been the opposite. Once we got to the gate we got breakfast from a bakery, it was a complete rip off, my turkey sandwich was $10 by itself, all up for a ...
... but squashed our plans to go out for dinner. Our house in
Austin was across from Fulmore Middle School and it was purple. It
reminded us a lot of our first house. There seemed to be many more ants
and it had one of those 2 in 1 washer and dryers which drives Kara
crazy. We were doing laundry 24.7 and air drying everything. Due to
the conditions of the purple SoCo house we did a lot less cooking than
we would have liked but this is ...
... brake you need to pedal backwards, which I took a long time to get used to! It was a hot day and we were sweaty from the outset. Joseph led the way for us which was handy as all my road safety knowledge went out of the window because of the confusion over braking and also the whole other side of the road thing! I would never have been able to do it by myself, I just followed Joseph's every movement! We cycled through the centre of the town, then through the ...