Red Roof PLUS+ Austin - South
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IT'S A WRAP! THE END! (JUNE 25)
I have come to the end of my Oregon blog- blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Now what will I do to get back into the routine of responsibility. Steve has put me on his "Criminal at Large" list. The reason being, I brought home too many RAW pictures and they have taken up way too much space on our computers….so much space that MOZY keeps threatening us about “no more space ...
... tired. Roy drove for about 5 hours giving the driver time to nap before they switched back. As they crossed into new Mexico the driver was going over the speed limit and before long they found a cop pulling them over. The driver pulled over, but slowly began to flip ****. He answered the cops questions, but not without more and more suspicion rising with each question. Finally the cop believed he had probable cause and asked Roy and the driver to step out of ...
... 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.
... on the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, there’s supposed to be a street party going on in town. So we cross the river and walk down along Willie Nelson boulevard, another street full of lovely shops and restaurants, and down to the party. But everyone just appears to be standing around drinking margaritas, and we’re feeling kind of hungry. Having heard that Austin is home to the original Whole Foods Market, we set out in search of it.
Up to the ...
... see and enjoy a beach on this trip.
Some things about the stay were not ideal. The bathrooms and laundry were up on stilts and liked to rock back and forth while you were using them. Weird. It didn't help that most of the town came to this campground to do laundry. Apparently, there weren't many laundering options in town. We ran into some, shall we say, colorful characters.
One last word about this part of Texas. Most of the buildings were up on ...