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... week spent in central Texas consisted of lots of "last" things - "last time" we went to HEB (our local and favorite grocery store); "last time" we ate BBQ (ok, second to last time...we had to go again!); "last time" we got breakfast tacos; "last time" we ate Tex Mex (as with the BBQ, there were multiple last times!). Looking back at the list, a number of our "last" things involved food....not sure what this means but I'm ...
... and New Year's dinner. Once again we gathered around the fire and ate Gumbo, Black-eyed Peas,cornbread and various and. Sundry other items. All in all a good time was had by all. But by this time, with the cedar and all I was miserable, so I came back to "G/G" and drugged myself up. Bob stayed and visited for another hour or ...
... worlds largest cedar rocker as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. (Although we saw one on our Route 66 trip that they said was the world's largest, so who knows.) After spending about 20 minutes looking around, we climbed aboard our home on wheels and continued south. Our next stop was in Lampasas for the obligatory daily stop at Walmart for a few items. The rest of the trip was uneventful and ...
... Coast, down to Florida, and ending up in Texas before they went back to New Zealand).
Since they went back home, we've been in touch a couple of times, and just heard that Colin's parents, Maureen and Ron Adams were in Texas to pick up the motorhome, and they'll be traveling in it for 3 months, bringing it back to California before they fly home.
So - after emailed ...
... the Grand Tetons. After that, we'll head to Yellowstone and spend 4 days there in search of bear, wolves, coyotes, elk, and moose. After that, we'll take the Beartooth Highway out up into Montana and then end up in Cody, Wyoming. From there, we'll head east through Big Horn until we get to Keystone, South Dakota. After we see Mt. Rushmore, we'll head back to Salt Lake City and spend the night in ...