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... more for other places. It's not so much the driving on the left, but the roundabouts that caused a lot of missed exits, backtracking and frustration.
We need to plan more rest days. One or two would have helped our stamina and sanity.
It would have been better to stay longer at fewer B&Bs. Those "one-night-stands" meant re-packing every morning. Staying in one or two places is how we've traveled before, but we tried to fit in too much ...
... rows in front of us were screaming and screaming and screaming!!! ;# Well after a few hours it stopped but then it was time for breakfast and they hit the lights again. The weather was sunny as we entered the danish costline. The landing was smooth and for some reason the captain did not reverse the engines when slowing down which was alittle surpriseing as I was waiting for it to be initiated but maybe the smooth landing made it nedless. After some waiting for passport controll ...
When you're in Austin you expect live music with your Sunday brunch. Threadgill’s North wasn’t too far away, easy choice. Good home cooking, biscuits, gravy, and even those "cheesey grits" Mitt Romney mentioned eating in Alabama yesterday, obviously not up on the subtleties of grits.
Hank & Shaidri Alrich were already singing when I arrived, sweet voices carrying over the noise of hungry people in ...
... you that always wanted to know where the worlds first Rodeo was held, it was in Pecos,Texas!
Driving the 9 hours home was quite the feet. I am happy to report that we drove in rain for about 4 hours. For those of you that do not know Texas is currently in a severe drought. For some of the towns it was the first rain this year. The driving was difficult and both Johan and I was exhausted when we got home around 1 am. We are so ...
And yet, I cannot find a Texas pinot noir! Go figure!
Today we roll on to the city of Austin, by way of New Braunfels...a tourist town like Solvang.
OBSERVATION OF THE WEEK:
A common sight here, almost a theme, is people hanging the American flag in front of their home, ranch or business. But not alone...most often it is accompanied with the Texas flag. Proud of country and the state they live in. It's simply a beautiful thing.