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Up early. Off to Killeen, next to Ft. Hood, to see where my mom's father is buried. A few random facts for you:
-My grandfather has been dead since 2006, but my mother didn't find out until 2008 (and only because she tried to find him again)
-He left my mom and my grandmother long ago...and then later came back and left again...then he and …
During this trip I've heard a few people make a comment that goes something like, "I drove all day and all night and again the next day...and I was still in Texas." It's the truth.
Yesterday we drove for almost 5 hours (that's JUST within TX state line). Today we have another 6 hours to Austin. Once we leave Austin, there's another 5 hours …
... 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 ...
... that I did it alone and still had such an incredible time! I actually prefer to travel alone at the moment, something I didn't think would happen. In all, it was an incredible journey that took me places and taught me things I couldn't have imagined. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything.
Today took we to visit in one area just outside if the Austin.
I got some feeling about the city anyway. It did not have similar much mexican influences as in San Antonio. The stores i saw were luxorious. But did not see enough about the downtown this time. By car it takes almost two hours to be ...
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