Moving day on a brilliantly sunny Tuesday. We said drove east out the beautiful Hill Country with our iffy electronics connections,
and into the land of interstates, large cities, big box stores, and traffic.
Buc-ees welcomed us back.
This is half the pumps.
Thirsty? They have anything you want to drink including an extensive wine collection.
Hungry? This is a small section of their snacks. Don’t worry about parking, there is a huge lot with room for everyone.
Temple was our stopping place for the evening.
With only a few missed turns we managed to find the Temple Elks Club, get signed up and
tucked in with water and electric.
Duane was frazzled from driving in traffic and construction. He wasn’t planning on unhitching but we were too sloped for comfort. Since he had to unhitch he decided to find the local H-D store. On the way we found this beautiful city park.
Inside Duane talked himself out of this really cool $26 tee shirt and into a $135 pair of new riding boots!
After deciding that we didn’t want to trade in the Eagle for a new bike, we maneuvered through the massive I35 construction project (it went for miles like this), fueled up and crossed the road to our last stop—dinner at Texas Roadhouse, compliments of a Christmas gift card from one of our kids.
Comfortable full of prime rib and steak fries we went home and rested up for the rest of our drive tomorrow.
Tomorrow—the Piney Woods of East Texas.
Louise and Duane