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... we'd stay at an RV park in Leander this time, since Kimberly was up there. As it turned out, it seems like we spent a lot of time driving, since most of the folks we saw were in southwest Austin.
Rouse is a fairly new school, and is quite a nice facility. Kimberly is the junior varsity / assistant varsity volleyball coach, and teaches senior English. It'd be nice if she could get a job someday teaching PE or something ...
... 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.
... you know, you don't pick the boot, the boot picks you". Yeah, I have heard that before... in a MOVIE ! That wasn't very helpful. And I don't speak Boot.
After about 1 hour or so, I found a pair each for both Shilpa and I. At the checkout counter, I did tell the guy how cheesy that line sounded although it did have some truth.
The boots are on their way to Kirkland now. Let's see if they pick Shilpa.
... really long drive ... something like 7 hours, broken up by stops for snacks and lunch, etc. When we eventually got to Houston, (the 4th largest city in the US by the way, after New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, in case you were after some random Texas trivia), we went shopping. Apparently Houston has one of the largest malls in America and there's not all that much else to do there, so we went shopping. I picked up another carry on bag, ...
... vehicle parade so we stuck around to watch. There were bicycles all adorned with red, white and blue streamers, roller skates, wagons, and dogs all dressed up. The boy scouts all carried a massive flag down the street - pictures to come.
After the parade, we did the Pledge of Allegiance (don't think I've ever said the pledge on Independence Day - so that was nice) and tied some yellow ribbons in the trees. What we didn't ...