Hello! So – where does the herding cats thing come in? Try organising a schedule to fit in a considerable amount of people and too many sighseeing spots in an international country in a limited time!
Yes – working on our Japan trip as it has to be locked in at some point! I have so many great places I want to show my parents and lots of people to meet – they may come home to Australia slightly ruined.
Anyway – it rained today a lot, so a good day for messaging people and researching trip particulars.
And I did a few photos from the US!
I love taking long drives – I love the scenery out the window, stopping for random picnics (now Wendy knows how essential and wonderful it is to add cucumbers to your sandwiches)
I was rapt to stop in Roswell – I love all that tacky alien stuff! I would have liked to have stayed longer to look, but we had a loooong way to go.
We stopped long enough for some silly selfies and a bit of a look and be proper tourists by buying t-shirts and bumper stickers!
I should have bought the alien coke…
Every which way you turned there was an alien something!
Down the road we found a couple of enormous cowboys! (The photo above looks a bit surreal doesn’t it?)
After the hustle and bustle of the wedding I was stuck in a car for two days with this mad woman –
Its ok – I let her stop frequently for coffee and all was good!
Actually it was just great the two of us – only had about 37 years of life to catch up on!!
Luckily as I mentioned before, we got along like a house on fire and didn’t need to pull over at any stage for time outs! Snicker…
I didn’t get a long way though photos today, but I will leave you with this set of fabulous skies in the middle of Texas somewhere!
The colour and flatness reminded me of parts of Australia too!
Wendy pulled over and I got out of the car here… nearly got blown over! Certainly not hurricane level, but impressive nonetheless!