I had an unintentional blog hiatus over the last few weeks with travelling to the US and applying for a Master's in Writing (here in the UK). Hopefully, I can jump over this writer's block now that I have more mental space, and I can get back in the [writing] saddle again.
Speaking of saddles, in part two of my series on reverse culture shock, I decided to visit a country and western store while I was in Texas last week. I snuck a few pictures to capture the experience. The purpose wasn't really to make fun of it (though some of it made me laugh) as I actually was considering by a pair of authentic cowboy boots. A few items caught my eye, and I thought a more visual experience would help my non-Texan blog viewers see what exactly is in a country western store.
So here is a little photographic tour . . . Kickin' it off with t-shirts.
Well, I didn't buy the boots even though the black boots above were calling my name but $600 was a tiny, tiny bit over my price range. And though it was fun for my few days there, I have to confess . . . I love the green hills and sheep of the good ole UK.
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