“AND ON THE FOURTH DAY, THE PAPIBLOGGER FAMILY RESTED.”
Following a unplanned middle of the night drive from New Orleans to Austin, the PapiBlogger Family used its fourth full day of the 40-day family road trip to rest its wheels. Well, sort of.
In Sick Bay: Baby Briani had some coughing but the pediatrician gave her clearance to continue her national tour.
The day started with a impromptu visit to the pediatrician for one-year-old Briani because we wanted to check on a persistent cough she developed (she’s fine) and some World Cup rooting for the U.S. in their victory over Algeria.
Texans take their washer tossing seriously and so does Jonathan.
Washers Tossing at Freddie’s Restaurant
With barely three hours sleep for Angela and me and Briani back from the doctor, we headed over to Freddie’s, a classic outdoors Austin restaurant that is family friendly, offers good American and Tex Mex-style food and more important for us has a nice area to play the ranch game known as washers.
This time he didn't make any washers in the hole.
Basically, washers is a simple but very competitive game that entails throwing a 2 x 2 inch steel washer inside a hole on the ground from a distance of about 21 feet. You get points for throwing the washers in the hole or landing them close to the hole. Many Texans take washers tossing seriously and even Freddie’s features a weekly tournament every Wednesday.