A few weeks ago, I rode with my SIL to take their oldest son to camp in the Texas Hill Country. As we were riding along the highway, I looked up to see several skydivers. By the time I got my camera ready, I only managed to get one! Then we noticed the sign for the Skydiving School.
We stopped at a Buccee's. Of course we had to get some fudge there! Then we had to run into a Wal-Mart for some last minute items for my nephew's camp list.
We ate lunch in Johnston City and had a quick tour of Lyndon B. Johnson's early childhood home.
I loved this screen door and sleeping porch.
I have always been fascinated with lightening rods.
This is my SIL and nephew waiting for the tour of the home to begin.
After leaving my nephew at camp and taking a quick drive through Inks Lake State Park, we ended up at Longhorn Caverns State Park. The caverns were closed, but we were able to explore the Observation Tower. It gave us a wonderful view of Falkenstein Castle.
From there, we drove to Austin to watch the Mexican Free-tail bats emerge from under the Congress Street Bridge. We definitely covered a lot of ground that day! We stayed the night at my SIL's aunts house. After church on Sunday, my SIL's two aunts joined on a trip to San Marcos and the Outlet Mall. We ate lunch and shopped until the stores closed! We headed for home.
I unpacked and went to bed, only to be awakened with the news that Brian was fine, but had been in a wreck. (see previous posts)
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