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Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... guess myself Chelsea were on the T.V so we watched that also! After a few hours we decided to leave, before we left a guy came up to us asking if our bikes were the ones outside, he did the usual asked about what we were doing stayed for a while then left us, when we were outside unlocking the bikes, his dad came out and said are you the guys traveling on the bikes-obviously we were haha! He invited us to stay at his place in his garden with our tent, perfect, money saver ...
... So I stepped outside and explored street after street. As it appeared they had almost no stores at all downtown. Just alot of pubs and restaurants, offices and hotel and occasionally one and another store. I found however a cool music gadget store where I bought a tee. :) I was however surprised to see a cat sleeping on the floor in the store! It must have been the owner's but he/she didn't move even when I walked ...
... which were the Driskill Hotel, the Littlefield building, Paramount Theater and several others. Our tour guide kept pointing out the fact that the Texas state flag is flown at the same height as the US Flag. "Do you know why we do that?", he asked. "Because we can." He continued on and on about this every time we passed a building that flew both flags. If I can trust wikipedia, it's all an urban legend. There is nothing in the US flag code about that. The rule ...
... your engine temp is going high for no reason....check and see were your generator exhaust is blowing. Yes this happened to me today, was driving through Waco Tx. and my engine temp was running high and I had the generator on, running the A/C and the wind was blowing in the wrong direction, once I turned it off temp went down.
Oh and we made it out of the truck stop alive and kicking, no serial killers there
... is amazing and Mesa was a great
city. We had the privilege of staying with Mark who is the singer and
guitarist for a band called Souless. Mark was a great host and his
pool was needed on the hot days. One night after the show in Mesa we
had a big house party and kegger in his back yard. The keg was of
Gordons Ale and it pretty much made everyone black out, needless to
say it was a great party.