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So we left New Orleans in good spirits (bar the psycho ex girlfriend woman!) and headed towards Austin, Texas. Arriving later that night, we found a trusty Walmart car park to stay in around 1 hour out of Austin. This was a good thing because we were both exhausted and hungover from the night before! You can't really feel like a proper camper cooking on a propane stove in a Walmart car park. And you have to be pretty sneaky and fast as we are not actually sure we ...
... for France, I took a lot of this time to catch up on the sleep and serenity that I lacked over the past few years of being a full-time student plus everything else. Hopefully, I am recharged and ready to go for some time because I have a feeling this train isn't slowing down again any time soon! The travel time fo this trip isn't too bad. If you include the time it took me to get to Austin ...
... log in the middle of the woods! ART. I love art.
Further down the Green Belt, I met a lovely older lady from Washington who told me of the Hoh Rainforest and Ruby Beach among other places to visit.
Blues on the Green.
I met up with Luke and we began preparations for the final "Blues on the Green" (B on the G) of the summer. We parked near the high school and began our journey towards Zilker Park. We bobbed and weaved through the traffic across ...
... little squeaks. The only thing to distract from the show was some man riding not one, but two, horses across the bridge, and all the camera flashes as people tried to capture the spectacle on film.
Sun set, we made the walk back to Jersey, who was parked safely in SoCo. Just as we pulled into the campground, a bobcat slunk across the road in front of the van. Very rare to see so we can count ourselves lucky! All in all a very nice birthday, even if the ...