I took a short day today so that Amy and the boys and I could all meet up here at Suzanne's house. Who would of thought that in my cycling career 47 miles would have been a short day.
The hill country of Texas is hilly. Wow, that's profound. It never ends - up and down and up and down. Do I even need to mention the east wind?
I may have to fly Emily Bass out soon to help me wade through the plethora of receipts and see if there is any way to write off any of the expenses of this trip. It's probably futile, but if any can be financially creative, it's Emily.
I actually thought about the office staff today. I hope Adrienne, Janet, Larissa, and Leigh Ann are well. Brad and Darren haven't crossed my mind. I actually forgot that Steve works there and called his Intergraph office the other afternoon. It should be a hoot when I get back.
Amy got here in 13 hrs. and 50 min. I'm not exactly sure how she did it. Kolton says it's because of his great mapping skills. She actually missed a turn in Meridian, Ms. And when the GPS backed up an hour she stuck with it. Nice call. If you ever come to San Antonio from Huntsville, don't take I-30 or I-20, go I-10.
I'm off to Bastrop, Tx. tomorrow with the family and then it's R&R in Austin, Tx. For a day.
No cameraman, I took this myself.
Side shot, notice the vanishing waist line.
Politics are everywhere.
Nothing like a picture of a waiting steed.
This is how the car was dedicated when they got here.
People all over the southeast are looking this up tonight, ok, not really.
Location:San Antonio, Tx.