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... spot out in the middle of nowhere to pitch my tent for the night. From my spot I got the best view of the sunset and sunrise. While in Carlsbad I got to explore the Carlsbad Caverns, which was an awesome experience. From there I took off towards good ol' Texas.
I made the long desert drive through a not so pretty side of Texas...and of course of all places...my A/C started to go out in my car and I was driving on fumes. Thankfully, I MADE IT TO AUSTIN ...
... Poor thing he was so very worried but luckily it ended well and the photos are safely stored on his computer. Patrick had bought Christmas presents to us which was very sweet of him. Beauty products to me, books to dad and two lovely cotton shirts to Andreas. We gave them $100 each to spend as they please and i booked rooms at the Hilton in New Orleans for two nights from tomorrow. Looks like a great hotel in a fantastic location. Hopefully it ...
... were being kicked out of the bar we were in. We walked around for a few minutes trying to find somewhere else to go to and we came across 3 guys from Austin. Two were so very Texan! Clean shaven faces, strong Southern accents and cowboy boots! George asked them where we could go now. To our amusement, Austin has a 2am lock out - no alcohol can be served after this time. However, there is a nightclub you can go to that serves water and red bull. But luckily it was closed - imagine ...
... names like Rancho Lopez and Rancho Siena. Once off the highway it is what you would expect of rural Texas: the hot sun and a strong wind blowin’ tumbleweeds across the baked prairie. Many of the roads are chip seal which provides lots of vibration and rolling resistance, not good for the average kph, if that’s important to you. Once back on the highway we were passed twice by the notoriously anti-cyclist Williamson ...
... get on to I-35 south for 6 miles and pull into our home for 2 nights- the Austin Lone Star RV Resort.
Tomorrow we will visit the state capital after attending Mass at St. Mary Cathedral. We also wish to visit the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. We realize that as a result of the time of year and the cold weather not many if a any plants will be in bloom. We just want to visit the center, OK?
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