Friday was another day on the road. We knew we had a fairly short drive. After all, it was only about 160 miles from where we were to where we were going. We pulled out of our wonderful site at the Columbus Thousand Trails park just before 8:30. The deer were waiting at the exit to bid us farewell.
It was a beautiful drive. Wildflowers were in bloom and they were at their peak. Other than the short time we went through the southern edge of Austin and construction areas, the median and shoulders were loaded in beautiful blooms of blue, pink, while, yellow, purple and even orange. We saw Texas bluebonnets, Indian blankets, Indian paintbrush, bluebells, yellow daisies and a bunch of others I had no clue what they were.