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... worlds largest cedar rocker as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. (Although we saw one on our Route 66 trip that they said was the world's largest, so who knows.) After spending about 20 minutes looking around, we climbed aboard our home on wheels and continued south. Our next stop was in Lampasas for the obligatory daily stop at Walmart for a few items. The rest of the trip was uneventful and ...
after 130 days
(3000 toured w/ the bike)
Here it is: the day that kicks off the start of my gap year. Graduation! I'm officially done with high school and have an exciting year to fill with adventures and fun before heading to Harvard in fall of 2014. Graduation was wonderful. My sisters and other family on my dad's side (my grandparents, Sophia, Aunt Susu, Uncle Gregg and Aunt Susan) all came to town to celebrate. The weather was nasty. ...
... made me a little nervous. I guess they've been burned a few times by hurricanes or tsunamis.
When we left Crystal Beach, we drove through Houston and got a feel for why it always comes up on the worst traffic city list. There isn't much more to say about it.
Now it was time to head deeper into Texas and spend a week at Canyon Lake, situated right between Austin and San Antonio. This would be our jumping off point to explore both of these cities.
... to make reference to my first lone trip 5 years ago this very day, thanks to all the wonderful people that I've met and experiences shared. Here's to the future, new friends and new challenges
It's hugely expensive to travel right now with thanksgiving approaching this Thursday so I am staying in Austin a few days more. On Friday I plan to get a flight out somewhere, so I will think about that tomorrow in a bit more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking