Seems that the town’s real estate agent must have helped with this logo for Fort Clark. None of my group decided to stay beyond our one night of camping since the road conditions were so bad, we all thought our teeth might rattle out of our heads!
That being said, Texas has a lot to offer: gorgeous sunsets, state parks, canyons, rivers, hill country, and farms.
But be sure you know what you are getting yourself into – especially if you buy property next to a farm!
Hi, Anne – So much enjoying the chance to share your trip through your blog. I’ve been following along looking at your path on Google maps. I have to admit I had no idea how vast the distances were between and across some of the western states. I’m sure the southeast leg will seem like a breeze in comparison. Keep up the witty observations and beautiful and humorous photos. Kerry
Anne What a great adventure and incredible way to see America. Love
the signs – really enjoy the narrative. Keep biking – stop by Minnesota on your
next trip :)! Beth Finch
Hi Anne; what an adventure– just started reading your blog and appreciated the pictures, humor, and optimism. It’s inspiring and am considering leaving the safety of the spinning studio for an adventure!!
Will continue to follow you.
Nice Blog Anne. I would love to do this someday. Catch you at PMC. But first VeloSano July 19-20 in Cleveland.