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Round Rock, Texas – though this stop felt like a "fly-by", it was well worth the couple of days. Normally, as we traverse through Texas we are stopping for a nearly a week or more at each stop, this stop was only three days…. should have been two weeks! Our best way to describe this area is via the several small Texas towns that we discovered. Of course we never made it to Luckenbach, Texas, but that's another chapter. ...
... you were wondering, which is making carrying my boots around that much easier. Then we had dinner at at really nice Mexican restaurant and had an early night. We had an early (7am) start the next day on the road to Austin, (the capital of Texas, for more trivia). On the way to Austin we stopped by San Antonio to visit the Alamo, probably one of the more famous historical sites in Texas. It was pretty cool ... they had plenty of ...
... to see it, so I will be eating, and drinking local brews during the movie. Rocking. I think I first heard of the Alamo drafthouse from one of my former movie crazed students, so it'll be sweet to actually go there. I think it's prolly a lot like McMenimans (never learned how to spell it..) in Portland though.
Oh. So this turned out to be a long one, but to be short. I already like Austin a lot and haven't even seen it yet really.
My brother is getting married next year, and for some reason he and his fiancée have decided to let me be in the wedding, unfortunately getting bridesmaid dresses sorted when travelling isn't an easy task, but I was given some leeway today when Carli told me about a tailors nearby that could take my measurements for said dress. For a mere $5 I was able to learn I had a short torso and provide Catlin with all the numbers to make my dress. If I’ve got such a short ...
... I babysat him through the years, so being able to actually see one of the facilities built in his honor will be exciting.
At this date we are unsure as to what we will be doing while in Botswana. There’s one I’m sure of though and it’s that we are going with open hearts and minds ready to serve and participate however the Lord leads. Charles is a man of many talents and ...