Crossing a bridge just before finding a dirt road to spend the night.
Bianca was right …. Texas is NOT flat, at least here where we are here in the East I didn’t believe her, but then I am still reeling from the disappointment of crossing the border with no one standing there waiting to hand me my complimentary gun, cowboy hat and large belt buckle. That was just a joke? Now I feel slightly under dressed with my spandex and no cowboy boots. Yeah, not quite fitting in!
We both agree though that we like these kind of rolling hills better than the flats of Louisiana. It feels good to push ourselves.
The air is noticeably drier as well. That is a welcome change from the constant dampness that we have been cycling in this whole trip. My pants here show just how much fun we are having and the whole unexpected glamour of it all. That is the dried salt from today’s light mileage ride. Yes we have fun like this every day. 🙂
Spooky or neat? Can’t decide, but it is very interesting architecture.
Location:Texas 90,Anderson,United States