That's welcome news to some of the President's new neighbors. Their once quiet neighborhood is now a traffic nightmare.
"They're ruining my yard and my sprinklers and we finally put one of the old trucks up to block the traffic from the driveway," complained resident Gabriel Kline.
Bumper-to-bumper cars now fill the cul-de-sac that used to be virtually empty.
The future former President of the United States and his wife will return home to North Texas in a few weeks.
For now their 8,500 square foot home in the Preston Hollow neighborhood remains now one of the most popular tourist spots in town.
Neighbors say they will receive the Bush family with open arms.
"It will die down a little bit and we'll all be happy and we'll have them for coffee one day," Kline said.
Until then, they have to deal with the commotion that's overtaken the now famous street.