Three cities in one week defined last week’s travels. Late night bedtimes, cranky kids (even at 12 and 9), too much time strapped in a seatbelt, but it was all in the name of adventure, right? Right? That’s what I’m telling myself as we leave today on yet another adventure. As I was explaining to a six-year-old today about our travels and that these travels are actually for vacation, he said, “You guys go on vacation a lot!” While it may seem like our life is one big vacation, I assure you it is not. This is a nine day gift in the midst of lots of busyness that we are SO looking forward to.
A photo tour of last week…
I wanted to visit every food truck in Austin. That’s impossible. Gourdough’s was so good Joshua tried to make some chocolate chapstick. 🙂
A view of the capital from a dirty mirror at Hope Outdoor Gallery.
Emma G in front of the capital building. Joshua did a school field trip here in 4th grade. Now that she’s in 4th grade, she only thought it fair to visit the capital.
While at the capital, why not sneak a peek of Governor Rick Perry?
Joshua and his Uncle Caleb at Salt Lick, one of the best barbecue places ever!
While we’re on the subject of travel, I’ve love for you to join me over at Petit Elefant where I’m sharing a little inspiring travel essay from Uganda. I know you guys have read lots about my Uganda adventures, but I’d be ever so grateful for the love over there! Thank you!
Elisa | blissfulEMay 14, 2014 at 6:44 am
Looks yummy and fun!!
roothMay 14, 2014 at 11:49 am
Omg Gourdough's – I think I did a blog post way back when around the first time I went there. What a mouth (and stomach) bomb! Nomssss
Optimistic ExistentialistMay 14, 2014 at 9:35 pm
I want to grow a beard like uncle Caleb's!!
LeoviMay 19, 2014 at 10:05 pm
Looks nice ! Wonderful photos!
MaryAnneMay 20, 2014 at 12:58 am
Looks like you are enjoying your time in Austin!