Sunday, September 25, 2011
Almost Out of Texas
Carol again (David promises he'll post soon): Yesterday and this morning I said goodbye to my grandparents, sister, nephews, brother-in-law, and parents. This has been the hardest of all for me - moving so far away from my family. Luckily I travel a lot so you can bet I'll be scheduling more workshops in TX in the future!
Above is where we camped in Harper, next to my parents' shop. At night we realized it was tilted a little to one side. I almost fell off the bed a few times.
Today we drove West through Texas all day, and finally stopped just before El Paso, completely exhausted. Who ever knew sitting would be so much work! I drove the little car behind the camper on a highway where even though the speed limit was 80! we had to go about 65 for the sake of the camper. Above is us parked at a little rest stop in the desolate West Texas landscape. We passed a gazzilion dead trees, cinching our concept of Texas as a tinderbox.
And here's Jacob, not fazed a bit by us moving halfway across the country, showing off some moves. So you know, you HAVE to make that face to do the move right.