A couple of months ago, one of my good friends Frank got married in his home town of Red Rock, Texas. So my friend Doc and I flew out to this great state to celebrate Frank and Alita's big day.
To make the adventure more memorable, Doc and I decided to rent a convertible. With me, this is becoming a big trend. Two years ago for my trip to California, my friend Del and I rented a red convertible and I absolutely loved the experience. So, it was an easy decision in my mind to rent a convertible for our trip in Texas: a bright yellow convertible...
As Doc drove, I took photos of the drive. Here are just a few of shots of our drive.
What I like most about these photos is that they showcase a different part of the U.S. that sometimes gets forgotten or brushed aside by the big cities like New York.
But when you think about it, the U.S. is mostly all small town. Even from New York City, if you drive north, in less than an hour, you will find small towns. And for me, you can't get more American than that.
When Doc and I arrived to Frank's home, we were pleasantly surprised to a wedding celebration that included a texan styled barbecue. We had a blast! To show how good of a time we had in this "backyard shindig", here are our feet by the end of the wedding celebration...
Do your feet ever look like this after a wedding??
Have you been to Texas and if so, how was your time there?
What small towns have you been to in the U.S.?