Homestead Cottages on Cypress Creek
Travel Blogs from Wimberley
... to my plans for after the race is over, its pretty chilly here to be honest so I need to factor that in to the decision and stay as south as I can!
First impressions of Austin though are not bad, the usual load of cars and highways and the city seems fairly compact. Six
Street was fairly quiet but it was a Monday night after all, as the weekend approaches it will be going off I'm sure. Best thing so far, taco's! ...
By Steven Ryan
Mormuns are the nicest people in the world.
Anyone who has ever been to a football game with me knows what a jerk I can be when I'm watching my favorite team on the road. I scream at the top of my lungs, issue personal slants at fans of the other team and generally act like a world-class *******. When we traveled to Provo, UT for the Washington State/BYU game on the opening Thursday night of college football season, ...
... long natural limestone pool. I waded in the cold water that very quickly became acceptably warm under a cloudless sky. I only knew of Charles' visit when I got back to the office the following Monday to recap the adventure; he was there to see his parents and uncles.
The sun had already set when Alex and I decided to do some nighttime photography. The one place that attracted our attention with its imposing presence was the Texas ...
... me with a much heavier Mexican accent and starts chatting me up. Here we go again.
I couldn't understand most of what he was saying, but when he asked me if I could give him any work, I understood that part loud and clear. I turned him down, too. And like the first guy, he thanked me, shook my hand and walked away.
Welcome to Dallas.
Back on the road, I got a call from the moving company, who told us that the movers would ...
... amazing adventures we had these last couple of months.
Wow what a way to cap off a pretty rough year. We can't wait until next week when we start off 2012 with our next big adventure - Haiku Nature Hike. 2012 will be one big adventure after another with the high point being Alaska to see the Northern Lights.
A special shout out to G-O-D for keeping us safe and blessing us beyond our wildest dreams in 2011.
Happy New ...