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Pack lighter! We always say that. We have learned to fit everything into a carry-on (with the expansible zipper open, so it's not actually a carry-on anymore). After hearing how cold Scotland was and looking at average temps, we packed too many long-sleeved shirts and heavy socks. But it's been uncharacteristically warm this summer. We were walking around in long sleeves, and everyone else was in shorts and tank tops.
August is not the ...
after 130 days
(3000 toured w/ the bike)
... were surrounding the Dallas area. Nathan and Patti both called me at different times asking if we were alright. It seems that the storms were making the national news. Lefty and I moved the motorcycles so my seestar could put her car back in the garage just minutes before the hailstorm struck The news reported grapefruit, yes, grapefruit sized ...
... Fortunately we were not breaking any laws, although the second time he passed us on a four lane divided highway he activated his sirens as he passed, then steered onto the median and made a TV-style U-turn, creating a dust cloud and swerving into the oncoming lane as he burnt rubber in pursuit of his next violator, hopefully not a cyclist.
Two-steppin’ at the Broken Spoke
I was thrilled that learning the ...
... too many bars, pubs and restaurants to mention, all of which looked worth checking out when I grow up. They seem to love their rooftop bars too as whenever we looked up, we saw yet another rooftop bar.
Austin also has a huge food van culture, and not just your average vans selling food either. There were several that would have won design awards for their creativity. The chicken wing van even had a live dj mixing a beat out front in the 40'C heat! Mum ...