Adios Texas!

We entered March 22nd.  We rode 1,073 miles.  We saw imaginary chainsaws, climbed the hills, endured the wind, spent nights with the deer, swam in the Guadelaupe, listened to live music, strolled cities, talked: oil, religion, presidents, politics and in Spanish, enjoyed a National park, used Q-tips and pillows, smelt the wildflowers and ate like champions.  We left April 13th!

French-land!

And as soon as we crossed the border the flowers disappeard, the dogs came barking, the water turned dark brown and the roads are littered with debris.  WELCOME TO LOUISIANA!  We love it already actually.  Cajun food.  New accents that we can’t understand.  New styles of driving, lots of honking.  The logging industry and rice fields.

We’re 100 miles into Louisiana and we’ve already been rained on, seen a snake, watched farmers harvest craw-fish, eaten jambulaya, gotten mosquito bites, endured 5 dog chases and have a serious problem with butt rash!

BRING ON THE SOUTH!

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About haileerustad

I love everything. I do things differently. Tending to avoid conformity. Accepting unknown adventure whenever its presented. My mission is to live, let life flow through me with endless energy. Exciting and empowering others to find their natural happiness. As life is, all perception.
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3 Responses to Adios Texas!

  1. Kelly says:

    Thanks! Most postcards I receive go straight to the fridge but you two adorn the big map in my living room -stuck you in the middle of Texas! I have enjoyed keeping up with your adventures. Happy Trails.

    Kelly from Hatch, NM

  2. E.J. Duvail, the clock guy in silsbee texas says:

    hi it was nice to talk to yall the other day on the side of the road on my way to Jasper Tx.
    I see that you made it to La. I would like to make a trip like that one day. Good luck & have a safe trip I will keep up with yall on the computer…. E.J.

  3. Joan Rustad-Huisman says:

    Great family photos! Probably much different roadside stuff the rest of the way compared to states you’ve been too. COLD COLD here and snow last night! UGH. Angie better bring warm clothes with her!! tAke care of the ‘rash’ and keep the news coming enroute. love joan

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