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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!!!!! ...
... somewhat unusual hotel. We wanted to be close to the airport as our flight left very early and the airport is a little ways out from Ljubljana. Little did we know we would be in the middle of a working farm with cows and tractors all around the hotel (and a delightful smell).
And to add to the uniqueness, the hotel restaurant served Tex Mex with country music blaring in the ...
... Cinnabon! Along hwy 35, Tad pulled off on a random exit and announced we were going to the Inner Space Caverns. He'd seen a billboard a few miles earlier and thought it looked fun. It was an amazing experience. We took a 1.5 hour guided walking tour underground through the cave, learning about how it was discovered, what minerals line it, and which animal fossils were found. The girls did great. On our way again to Austin. We checked into the Embassy Suites and then back to ...
... we would like to travel to someday. However, we have been given an unbelievable opportunity by my cousin Carol and her friend, Tom to sail on an 80ft yacht in the Aegean Sea, specifically the Turkish coast and islands.
So what that I've only been on a sailboat once in Lake Travis, Bill twice - Lake Travis and Flathead Lake. But Bill did do a lot of wind surfing in his younger days - that counts for ...
For some reason, I always forget how green Texas (especially central Texas) truly is. Maybe it's because I lived in North Carolina for 5 years, where the constant, unexpected-but-not-that-unexpected rain compels one to always be aware of the verdant Carolinian landscape. It doesn't rain quite so much in Texas, and despite the fact that I've lived here for 18 years, I'm always somewhat surprised by the miles and miles of greenery surrounding the less well-traveled parts of I-35.
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