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... did see wildflowers in abundance on the roadsides, in the medians of the roads, mostly toward the south toward san antonio and to the east of austin. we did stop in boerne and in johnson city and took photos of wildflowers, we had a hard time deciding which ones to publish so we just put in a few extras!
we met our friend from santa fe, guy, at his dad's home in san antonio and had a nice visit with him and his ...
... then Rustlin' Robs (more on that later).
Jo and I found quite a few knick knacks to bring home, tried on some Texan boots that I might have bought but discovered were well out of my price range and Jo had some of the best raspberry sorbet she's over tasted - tasted like real raspberries and wasn't too sweet!! We also found a chocolate bar with the words 'Keep Calm & Chocolate On' which Jo suggested we buy for Mase's birthday and then ...
Pretty good sleep and went to the shabby breakfast room and had coffee, cereal and - great they had one of those DIY waffle machines. They let us leave our car there and we walked downtown to the IMAX theatre to see The Alamo movie while it was still overcast and a little chilly, it was pretty good. By the time it finished the sun was out and we had wanted to take the trolley tour but the first available was 2pm, quite a wait so we took the open ...
... jeans, big belts, boots and cowboy hats. Out the front was a corral of hay for people to hitch their horses (and their longhorn cows!). It was just like being in the movies! Mum called while we were there, and it was funny to talk to her out front of the bar trying not to step in cow and horse pats. She wanted to hear my voice, and it got me a little teary... Love you Mum! Drove home in the pitch black and saw a few deer on the side of the road. Great ...
... relaxing, but fun at the same time. On the drive up I had been lethargic, irritable and emotional. We got on the horses and I almost instantly felt better. We rode trails up in the hills, walking and trotting in the sunshine. Couldn't stop smiling! Fresh air, 20 degrees, on these powerful but gentle horses out in nature, no internet... So relaxing. No thinking! We spent the afternoon riding our horses, napping in the cabin, eating our meals at scheduled times, playing ...
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