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If you live in the south, you never get snow, you don't even expect it! When the rare time comes around that you ACTUALLY get snow, all hell breaks loose! Even if it is a few flurries, you break everything warm out you have, and act like it is a freakin' blizzard!! Or at least that is what we do in my house. My husband is from Chicago so he things it's hilarious! Whatever, we have fun!!!!! ...
... the highest mountain in Slovenia at 9,400 ft. That doesn't seem high compared to the Rockies but these mountains are glacially formed jagged peaks that are beautiful and impressive.
Driving to Vrsic Pass involved 24 switchbacks with fast motorcycles, tons of bicyclists, cars and tour buses every now and then. But it was so worth it! The views all along the way got better and ...
... to drive around downtown Austin. After circling the city and seeing the Capitol building and the University, we headed to the original Whole Foods where the girls had dim sum and pizza, Tad had a burrito and I had a Thai chicken curry bowl. We hit the bookstore next door to purchase a road atlas and tour books on New Orleans and Florida. Back at the hotel, the girls ran around the lobby pond and Brynn dropped Tad's phone INTO the pond while filming the swans. Miraculously it ...
... Alps... the Alps that share a border with Austria. It's not well known among American tourists yet but that is starting to change.
Here is our general itinerary...
3 days in Istanbul
7 days on the boat
5 days in Slovenia
Hopefully, I will have time and internet to post entries regularly. I will try to make the entries interesting and clever and not too much history and geography!
... John and I have started our annual summer hiking excursions, and one of new adventures this year was exploring Mother Neff State Park in Moody, Texas. Although some of the hiking trails are currently closed, the ones that remain open are worthwhile and afford pleasant views of the Texas Hill Country. The pictures here are from the top of the Rock Tower, showing 1) a panorama, and 2) a stealthy little composition in which the subject didn't know I was taking the picture :).