1. To Austin we go for the Renegade Craft Fair!!

We’re driving from Los Angeles to the Petrified Forest National Park to Canyon de Chelly National Monument to Buffalo Gap to Austin to Big Bend National Park to Marfa

We love visiting National Parks/Monuments and have their annual pass so we can freely hop from one to the other! Are you ready for tons of pictures…? - Sarah
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    To Austin we go for the Renegade Craft Fair!!

    We’re driving from Los Angeles to the Petrified Forest National Park to Canyon de Chelly National Monument to Buffalo Gap to Austin to Big Bend National Park to Marfa

    We love visiting National Parks/Monuments and have their annual pass so we can freely hop from one to the other! Are you ready for tons of pictures…? - Sarah

  2. Austin Renegade Craft Fair

    Austin Texas here we come!!! After a fun weekend of sales at Unique LA, we are packing up the car and headed east with the dots and the photos in haul. We plan to take a few days, camping our way across and exploring National Parks.

    We should be rolling into Austin, TX on Thursday, just in time to see our friend Dan Dyer play at the Continental Club. If you are in Austin, go check him out, he is playing every Thursday in the month of May. ALSO if you are in Austin, of course come by our booth and visit us and bring all of your friends. We are booth #6, just look for the big pink star on the map below!!!

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    Dan Dyer | Continental Club | Thursday, May 17th @ 8:30p

    http://www.dandyer.com/site/

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    Renegade Craft Fair, Austin TX | May 19th - 20th 2012, 11-7pm | Palmer Event Center

    http://www.renegadecraft.com/austin

  3. DAY 5+6 - Saturday+Sunday, March 24th+25th 2012
Somewhere in Texas to The Woodlands, TX
We took our time driving through Texas towards The Woodlands, where we were to stay with my Aunt Nancy and her family. We stopped in this cute little German town called Fredricksburg, to take a quick stroll and explore . Later we stopped in Austin, Texas for some Torchys Tacos and some Intelligentsia coffee at Franks. Hot tacos and hot coffee were probably not the best idea for the hot hot day in a muggy car, but it was well worth it. mmmmmm tacos. This was the shortest drive of our trip, about 6 hours. After we got to my aunts house, we chilled for a bit and then went out to dinner with the whole family, then stayed up chatting with my aunt until about one in the morning.
The Woodlands, TX to Seale, AlabamaEven though we had a 13 hour drive ahead of us, we slept in and were very slow moving getting out the door. My aunt also had us pull out some of our totes so she could go through and buy art. As we were putting things away, she called one of her neighbors over who bought some art as well.
I think we finally got on the road about noon. We had another long hot drive across Texas, stopping in Baton Rouge at the Apple store to see if anything could be done about Sarah’s computer. Sadly, it was dead and she had to buy herself a new one (which was in the plans over the next few months anyways, just really bad timing). We rolled into Seale, AL at about 2:30am (central time). Since we got in so late, my uncle let us sleep up at the house, rather than setting up a tent in the dark. The last few hours of the drive were hard, but totally worth it when we got to crawl into the uber comfy California King. -misha
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    DAY 5+6 - Saturday+Sunday, March 24th+25th 2012

    Somewhere in Texas to The Woodlands, TX

    We took our time driving through Texas towards The Woodlands, where we were to stay with my Aunt Nancy and her family. We stopped in this cute little German town called Fredricksburg, to take a quick stroll and explore . Later we stopped in Austin, Texas for some Torchys Tacos and some Intelligentsia coffee at Franks. Hot tacos and hot coffee were probably not the best idea for the hot hot day in a muggy car, but it was well worth it. mmmmmm tacos. This was the shortest drive of our trip, about 6 hours. After we got to my aunts house, we chilled for a bit and then went out to dinner with the whole family, then stayed up chatting with my aunt until about one in the morning.

    The Woodlands, TX to Seale, Alabama
    Even though we had a 13 hour drive ahead of us, we slept in and were very slow moving getting out the door. My aunt also had us pull out some of our totes so she could go through and buy art. As we were putting things away, she called one of her neighbors over who bought some art as well.

    I think we finally got on the road about noon. We had another long hot drive across Texas, stopping in Baton Rouge at the Apple store to see if anything could be done about Sarah’s computer. Sadly, it was dead and she had to buy herself a new one (which was in the plans over the next few months anyways, just really bad timing). We rolled into Seale, AL at about 2:30am (central time). Since we got in so late, my uncle let us sleep up at the house, rather than setting up a tent in the dark. The last few hours of the drive were hard, but totally worth it when we got to crawl into the uber comfy California King. -misha