Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast
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... and a constant 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 deg C). It was 26 deg Celsius and very humid, so by the time we walked there (I was wearing jeans, Ryan had a jumper which he could at least take off), I was ready to get into the water - we were very sweaty and gross! They have bricked up around the springs to create a concrete pool that then overflows and creates a waterfall to form a creek (more the size of a river), that flows quite a way back down through the city, There were quite a ...
We got back at 6:30pm on Saturday 7/26. The last drive was a lot easier than we thought it would be and we made great time! According to google it's a 9 hour drive straight through and we made it in 10! Only 3 stops which certainly felt like our most efficient drive :-)
So here are some trip stats / facts:
4,632 miles driven ...
... and it looked as though one of the young ones was going to actually fly off! He would perch on the edge of the nest, flap his wings and lift off about 15 feet before coming back down on the nest.
We also did get in some kayaking as well as a couple of trips to the Badu House for Thursday night Texas Musicians night. We did seem to be making good use of our time!
... yesterday and they were reasonably conservative - Not today. The first corner had the pole sitter turned around and carnage everywhere. This brought out the safety car and a reduced number of laps.
We had an early lunch so we could be back in the stands prior to the Pit Straight festivities. During the driver parade, the car carrying Jenson Button could not get up the hill to turn 1 and he had to get a ride with Jean-Eric ...
... showed a replay of the Murray match. We knew he won the Championship, but we are so British that we gasped and held our heads at every missed opportunity; 8 hours on from winning Wimbledon it still felt like there was a chance Andy might lose. But of course he was victorious and we all jumped up and down celebrating, getting a few funny looks from the locals! A few more bars, a celebratory slice, and then home ...