We boondocked in a Texas state park last night... They were full and we were going to leave. Before we did a nice older couple, that did the evening rounds, stopped by and wrote us a pass to park in overflow overnight. Sweet!
The boys spent the evening watching the stars from the roof of the RV. I spent the evening putting the girls to bed while hearing the boys watching the stars from the roof if the RV.
The girls, myself included, are in love with the texas wildflowers. I want to start a flower book for them.... Ideas on ways to preserve the flowers anyone?
There are at least 6 loads of laundry, piled on the floor, waiting to be done. Today is the day... laundromat here we come.
The boys are perplexed by a billboard they saw that read "i love traffic"... this north dakota family driving around the county in an rv doesn't love traffic.
I bought a bag of organic pears for $1.98 and raw almond butter for $3.49. We pay at least double or triple that. Texas I love you!
Did you know I was born in texas? Right in the capital city. I only lived here until I was the girls age... But it will always be a special place to me.
we have quickly realized that texas winters are much like north dakota summers. Which is why I am not coming to texas in the summer... but the winters are beautiful. :)
I have a busy few days of photo shoots coming up. I am so looking forward to it and really hope the weather holds out... clouds yes, rain no.
My husband said he would enjoy this trip even more if we were pulling a race trailer... hmmm maybe next year.
We have arrived at the laundromat so I must go now. Have a wonderful..what day is it? :)