here's a big Thank You from the Jola crowd - back from one of thier best holidays ever. We've spend a bit more than two weeks in Texas - and, boy, did I have trouble to get my two son's on the plane back home . . . So thank's for all the tips, advices and encouragement.
You guys have the fortune to live in a very beautiful place, populated by very friendly, hospitable and cool people. No wonder you're so proud of Texas, you have every reason to be.
Here's some memories:
Riding out in Bandera County with Hank - genuine Texan farmer
Fish on! One of the Jola kid's get his first shark outside Galveston.
We went fishing with some very cool dude's outside Galveston - maybe not the biggest, most brazen boat - but they sure did know were to find fish. We saw the other boats having fish one every now and then. We have something to deal with all the time - every ten minute or so. Great day, here's Jola himself with one of the catches - nice little kingfish.
There were a lot of wonderful places in Texas - Austin is one of them. Very cool, nice bars, nice people - but also the home of Even Balance, a k a Punk Busters. They have their HQ at San Jacinto Blvd. We know, because the Jola kids went there, said they have a package from Techboomer to deliver (below).
So Pink Busters - you can ban me all you want - my kid's know were you live now . . . :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
The only setback on this vacation was that the heli hog hunting, that Galveston told us about, was closed for the summer. But the kid's still learn how to shoot in several gun ranges - all very safety conscious, with good instructors who took good care of my kid's first, second, third - and so on - en****ers with real guns.
So they been trying everything from Glocks and P90's to M4's and sniper rifles. All in an eviroment of of complete saftety with profesional supervisors. My role was merly to nag them about really aiming. "Please try to hit the target, son".
"OK, Dad - like this?"
8) 8) 8)
So - we'll definitely be back, we left with a feeling that we haven't seen more than just a bit of this beautiful place called Texas.
All the best