A song of Ice and Fire
Once again on the road, and we all start to see the end of our journey. Just a couple of days left here in the US. Here’s a lengthy recap of the last two days. The title of this post comes from the difference between snowball throwing in Yosemite and running around half naked in the heat in Death Valley, all within 24 hours.
Hello bloggen, hi Kerrville
We’ve come to a point on our journey where we time-wise can afford to slow down. Since last update we’ve slept at a Walmart outside Austin, shot loads of guns at a shooting range, eaten real Texas barbeque, driven a few hundred miles, and slept again in Kerrville.
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Trouble in old New Orleans
Moving on to Louisiana we explored a old World War II ship that served and saw action against the Japanese, experienced the jazz, blues and seafood of New Orleans and had some problems on our way getting out of the city. Nothing we couldn’t handle but a speed bump nonetheless.
Phrases we hear on a daily basis
- Are you in a band?
- Is that real hair, or is it dyed?
- Are you from CNN or something? You have more cameras than you are people in total.
Hello from the other side
We arrived in New York late last night, after a somewhat delayed flight over the Atlantic ocean. The delay was caused by a passenger being escorted off the plane by uniformed police. We’re all curious about what the man’s story was, but we will probably never know… 🙁