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At the start of their transcontinental trip to Virginia and back, Wayne and Sara pause in Austin, TX, to catch-up...

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An Update from the Road

This weekend we finish up in Austin, TX before heading to a two-day stop in College Station, TX. Then, we are off to further points east, as we stay on I-10 through Louisiana and Mississippi before a ten-day stay in Alabama. We'll stop first along the beach near Pensacola, FL and then go upstate to…

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WAYNE’S TRAVELS

Wimberley, TX (Austin)
Apr 05 - Apr 14, 2024
College Station, TX
Apr 15 - Apr 17, 2024
Oxford, AL
Apr 27 - Apr 28, 2024
Richmond, VA
May 18 - May 19, 2024
Loxley, AL (Mobile/Pensacola)
May 21 - May 23, 2024

View the current list of scheduled events.

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