A mini-adventure.

A mini-adventure.

Jared is loaning a long flatbed trailer from somebody who works at his work. This normally wouldn’t really matter to me, but 1) He’s using the trailer to tow his bike and some other people’s to a track day next week, and 2) The people live over a hour away and we had to take a lot of back roads to get there.

But it was not as bad as it could have been, because even in the most miserable situations, you can find something fun and quirky. Like an ostrich farm.

Seriously. I have photograph evidence, taken with my phone.

I promise, it looks so much cooler in real life. They are pretty impressively sized birds.

But why would anyone have an Ostrich Farm in TEXAS? What could you possibly do with that? Make really big exotic omelets? I don’t know.

Also, look at the sky.

Also more awesome in real life. In the past several months, we have had 3 days of rain, mainly yesterday and today. And it has been glorious. I don’t want it to stop!

Unfortunately, rain + a massive trailer = interesting driving conditions. Since I would rather have the rain anyways, I think it would have been much better to drive in the rain but not have the trailer for the motorcycle stuff, but for some reason, Jared thought it would be worth it. At least nobody was hurt, this time.

About Elisabeth

The joyous and sometimes odd adventures of a former English teacher and her trusty sidekicks, Jared the Hottie Husband and her two Italian Greyhounds, Stinky Stevie and Bonnie Boo. Recently the adorable baby, Princess Evelyn, has joined the clan to shake things up!

2 Responses

  1. I want to visit that Ostrich farm! If we come and visit you guys that is going to be on our list of things to do, deal?!

  2. Ugh, that’s what our sky looks like for about 9 months straight during the winter.

    But having lived most my life in the desert, I totally understand the joy it can bring.