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Since yesterday was the first day of spring, it seems like a good idea to go out and see if we can find some signs. We will need to load up on food, drink, and entertainment to fully enjoy the trip.
It seems appropriate that we partake in brunch, given the nature of the trip and the fact that it is Sunday. Today we are being catered by Matties in Austin, Texas. Our brunch buffet consists of all you can eat.
Biscuits+Chorizo Cream Gravy ̊with scrambled eggs.
Milk Punch French Toast macerated strawberries, candied pecans, whipped cream, bourbon maple syrup.
Green Chile Pork Chilaquiles tomatillo sauce, chunky pico de gallo, eggs, cotija cheese, tortilla chips.
Breakfast Plate ̊ scrambled eggs, home fries, bacon, or house-made wild boar sausage.
Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict ̊ buttermilk biscuits, hollandaise, green salad.
Basmati Rice Bowl (V) chickpeas, coconut curry, roasted vegetables, cilantro, tomato, green onions.
Grassfield Farms Beef Burger ̊ aged Tillamook cheddar, tomato-bacon jam, Duke’s mayo, house Frites.
Dessert is an assortment of fresh fruit. (Don’t ever say I don’t care about your health)
To drink we have a nice Bollinger La Grande Annee Brut 2012 champagne and Charles Krug Cabernet Sauvignon 2017. Our entertainment is Sarah McLachlan.
So let’s all get on the bus and go.
Our first stop is to view this Bradford pear. It is one of the first bloomers of spring.
A better photo of another Bradford pear
A sweet redbud is all alone.
Green leaves pop out in the foreground, and a light green tinge to the background’s live oak.
The deer love the spring green grass.
A murdered cape myrtle beginning to bud with new growth.
Young Bradford pears.
A close-up of the Bradford pear blossoms.
An older redbud bursting with color.
The last time we were looking for spring, The Producer took this photo of bluebonnets just beginning to grow. We had a hard freeze after this photo was taken.
Here are the same bluebonnets recorded by The Producer this week. As you can see, the freezing temperatures did not stop their beauty.
Well, that’s it for today. Other than the bluebonnets, there are few blooming flowers. Maybe later in the spring. Relax with brunch and listen to Sarah. I hope you have a great week.