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... indeed. With that in mind, the town commissioned a lot of sculptures to be placed throughout the downtown area. The primary theme was that of Dr. Seuss characters. We had a fun afternoon walking around and seeing the sculptures and taking a tour of the Grace Museum. We would recommend a stop in Abilene if you ever get to the Texas ...
As I write this, we've been home for several weeks now. It's been hard to sit down and finish this blog once we got back home - and then had to prepare for going back to Austin again for our youngest daughter's 21 Sep wedding.
By this point in our trip, we were ready to get back to Austin to see the kids and grandkids. Abilene was just a quick overnight stop, and we were on the road again.
... but as we got ready to go in we noticed Iris had a fever. So we ended up picking up yet another fast food meal and eating it in the camper.
Since Iris was sick, we decided to stay a second night so she didn’t have to ride in the car. Stayed in most of the next day, had a little picnic lunch, and made it out to a city park. The picnic ...
... kayaking on the Llano River from Robinson Park.
The yellow rumped warbler, cedar waxwing, and others were beginning to
make their appearance even though the weather has made things a little
difficult for these creatures.
We were also fortunate one day to
spot a snipe on the river bank. Robert spotted it and took awhile to
find it because it was so well hidden in the vegetation along the river
bank. Robert ...
There just isn't much to write about while crossing this huge state on I-5. Texas is such a large, flat state. But, I want to record the over-night stop overs so that we can see the distances traveled each day of this unusual adventure. The pictures reflect what we see: the same ! the same ! the same ...