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... they will have videos of Austin from a birds eye view, from a different perspective. In the evening, we ended up going out to the best club in the world! The DJ was so good and we went a bit mental, jumping around and shouting to the kaiser chiefs. There was a classic dancing circle and we got involved and this time, I actually got a few cheers! I think it helped that I didn't try the floor dancing. We woke up with a bit of a hangover (understatement) and headed off ...
... and nan impressive nativity set. A few nice old buildings but the charm of the town completely destroyed by the six lanes of traffic and parking on both sides eg took for ever to cross this 'freeway'. A shame because it could have been acute place. Bought a Texas souvenir in a funny shop selling all sorts of things from doilies to undies to souvenirs. $11 for a boot made of brass (and in India!). Andreas bought one too. Left ...
Lafayette to Austin was a massive drive! The second longest of the whole trip. We left at maybe 9am and got to Austin around 4pm. A few of us - maybe 10 - went down to a restaurant Jenee suggested - her friend works there - for cocktails and dinner. I was hanging out with Georgina (G, George) from Tassie (also a 'newbie' on the tour) and we shared some delicious mussels! And a few cocktails. And got to know a few of the other passengers. Most are Aussie with a few from England and ...
... bunch of different ones. The GeoGlimpse was about how the Canyon was formed, the different layers of rock, and the Colorado River. The Condor Talk was of course about the famous Californian Condor, which made a comeback from 22 to over 400. Some flew over as we were talking about them.
After the Canyon we drove off to Edwards, Colorado, which is a town in Vail Valley. On the way we stopped at 4 Corners National Monument, which I've been obsessed ...
... and learned a bit more about the area.
We're now in the process of planning our route down the Gulf side of Florida. We have a spot for the first of February, near Pensacola. Then we have another seven hundred miles or so to get to the Everglades Campground near Miami. We'll meet Joe, our son, and Mel, our semi-daughter there.
The rest of the evening passed smoothly as ...