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Our last entry ended as we left the Big Easy on Saturday afternoon. I am writing this entry in West Texas about an hour away from Carlsbad Caverns. But let's not get ahead of ourselves, the last two days or so have been a blast.
We left New Orleans in high spirits and we arrived in Houston 5 hours later at about 8 p.m. Nothing big to report on the drive. However, most of the highway west of New Orleans was made up ...
Bright and early we left lovely New Orleans on our second
Megabus ride to Austin, capital city of Texas, to visit my Masi (great-aunt)
and her family. After an hour's stop in Houston, my dad’s cousin, Sonia, picked us up from the drop-off spot in Austin which was a tiny little car park on a side road (we have heard from Sonia since that nearby residents have started to complain about the noise!) It had been a
long journey without any proper food (hard to get much ...
... rolling box canyon with meadows full of wildflowers in the spring. The Colorado River flows and bends through the park like a lazy drifter.
I walked just a short distance down the road from where I am staying in "The Little Cabin in the Woods" to find the trailhead for my hike. Horseback riders and hikers are allowed on the 18 miles of trails, but no mountain bikes.
I pay my entrance fee on the honorary ...
When you cross the rusty old bridge across the Sabine river into Texas, the speed limit on the highway jumps to 70 (from 55). You get the message quickly. On the Louisiana side of the river is a park commemorating some Confederate breast works (with confederate flags flying). On the Texas side the marker talks about Burr's ferry, there long before the bridge and operated initially by the Vice President's second cousin. This road from Leesville LA to Livingstone TX ...
... I love. Even the awkward situations of staying with strangers and having awkward moments.. Life. It's wayyyyy to short t not live. Really.. Live. We're Americans lets NOT work our lives away. The answer to my old college roommates? Lies there. That's where I stand, and as far as being lazy or irresponsible? I believe that of course/maybe resides in me.. But for the most part I'm just free. Love you guys.. More to come. And I'll def make sure to finish up the Austin story ...