Awoke this morning. Drove west a ways, then we hit Texas. I guess they are still a state. Texas hasn’t seceded successfully yet have they?
Louisiana was pretty damn calm and reminded me alot of home. Uneventful fo sho. The minute we enter Texas though, shit changed. Mainly in a good way. Now we are less bored.
The roads here are fairly nice. But the on/off ramp situation on I20 is quite dumb. We made a few circles and got semi-lost once. But managed to get back on the interstate.
I do not enter the state of Texas without getting beef bbq. Because that shit is second to none. Benny’s Texas BBQ in Cedar Creek, TX is my favorite. It is a small joint between Austin and Bastrop. If you are by there, you have to go.
We ate at Outlaws BBQ in Weatherford, TX. It was good.
Now we are going through central Texas. If you are unfamiliar, well, its kind of hilly, some trees, alot of grass and roadkill skunk is prevalent. The roadkill skunk is a special aroma that enters your vehicle with the force of 100 space shuttles launching at once. A tad bit sweet, alot of musky, mixed with a fresh pile of dog shit on a hot August day in South Carolina, after it rained.
Nothing more than just giving you this quick synopsis. Driving on an interstate with few stops, does not produce much to actually talk about.
Oh yeah, how the hell do you get embedded links to be the color blue in the post text? I’m colorblind as hell and can’t see the red.
You blog geniuses help me out. Thanks.
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