Sunday, April 11, 2010

Bluebonnet Cruise

This weekend was the Houston Mustang Club's annual Bluebonnet cruise. 30ish Mustangs met up and took a scenic drive to Brenham. Tim and his dad have recently started working on their '66 Mustang, and this was the first major trip that Tim's driven it. They attempted to go on the last Brenham cruise in the fall, but the Mustang wasn't having it, and overheated. The menfolk replaced the radiator on Friday night, test drove it, and then prayed for the best on Saturday. It was a bit dreary in Saturday morning, with some light rain. On the plus side, that meant we didn't have to worry about the car overheating in the morning. It also meant a smaller turnout on the cruise, since none of the other classic Mustangs came out to play.

Bluebonnets are the Texas state flower, and apparently all the cool kids get pictures taken in them. Along the highway, we saw lots of fields of bluebonnets and Indian paintbrushes, so I made Tim stop to take a few pictures of Duke on the way home.

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