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It was only a short drive to Austin which was good, it meant an afternoon getting to have a look around. When we arrived, Art told us that there was some races on this weekend and they were having a festival tonight so we were all keen for checking that out! The races are kinda like the Bathurst 1000 so people from all over America came for the weekend and it was packed everywhere. After dumping our bags at the hostel, it was either a scenic walk in which took an hour or a 20 minute ...
... back. But you know what....? They never did. Despite being the loudest, most obnoxiously annoying road fan I could possibly be, I couldn't get any of the BYU fans to take me on. They were too good of people, like a heavenly colt of uncorruptable saints. It was unlike anything I had ever come across. Sure, they cheered on their team when the play on the field warranted it. They yelled when their defense was getting ready for a big third down. ...
... on the grill Leslie brought over. We had a lot of laughs and clowned around in the water until it got dark. Then Kathy and I retired to the camper, cranked the air conditioning and slept well. The next day the movers would arrive. Let's just hope they're better than the last crew.
Maybe it was because we had been anticipating this move for so long, or maybe it was because my family was so giving with their time and efforts over the months ...
... It was a good 100 degrees there, which was a nice adjustment from the 60 degree weather that we left in Southern Oregon.
After spending the night in Needles we got an early start and continued on the I-40 to Sedona, AZ, and arrived by 3:00 p.m. The drive through the mountains was beautiful and we found a campground along the gorgeous river that runs from Flagstaff to Sedona where we set up our tent. Then we drove into Sedona and ...
When traveling in Texas in the past, I'd always landed in Dallas, and departed from Dallas, and never spent much time on the interstates. I was to learn on this trip and Texas is a land unto itself in its road designs. Maneuvering the major highways through Dallas and Austin and Houston became quite a challenge. The issue is frontage roads. Texas really likes frontage roads (they call them feeders). I guess it's because the state is so spacious that they can ...
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