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Headed west of Austin this morning to the Texas Hill Country, where we heard the very best blue bonnet sightings were. The pictures do not do justice to the fields and fields of the blue we saw today. THIS is why Ann wanted to do the springtime cross country trip- and we were not disappointed. Spent most of the day driving thru the area, every turn …
Old photos long-stored in a box conjured up questions and memories of stories told in the past. I found a black and white picture of my parents seated on the running board of his snazzy convertible and couldn't resist tinting the car yellow--as I believe my mother told me it WAS yellow! Were they planning their honeymoon as they sat nestled side ...
... that my right knee is just not the same, I am sitting on a stool in front of the stove....old age is a *******!
It is time for me to wax on a bit now.... I have really been enjoying a $12 bottle of Argentinian Malbec which is exceptional for the price.
The red wine jus I am cooking is predominantly Jacob's Creek Shiraz with the dregs out of a Koonunga Hill bottle for good measure. Thrown in some shallots, ...
Sunday morning found us moving a bit slower than usual, but we had wine tasting plans and wanted to get moving. Of course when there is good BBQ en-route, a detour is mandatory and off we went to another great BBQ institution "Salt Lick BBQ" in Driftwood. After Q and wine tasting we found our way to our accommodations for the night, "Baron's Creekside", a wonderful group of cottages designed to look like a Swiss village. It was tough to leave this ...
... the 18 wheelers were not in evidence as they are on I-10. Traffic for the most part was light and we made good time.
Saw wild turkeys, deer and armadillos on this journey. What a treat! Of course as it got dark, we began to worry about keeping a deer from running out and ruining our whole day! Honked the horn ...