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... second deck. We watched that for a little while and then got into the car to drive the almost 4 hours down to Austin.
We got to Austin a little too late to go out the first night but since none of us had showered since St. Louis we all were ok with just using the night to recharge. We slept in a little and then we went to a BBQ restaurant about 20 miles outside of the center of Austin called The Salt Lick. It is a classic Open Pit BBQ ...
... we got them as take aways and sat in a square eating them hoping that we would not be accosted by home less people. Overall a great day. A long one but an interesting and varied one. Hard work to be a tourist in a city! Forgot to mention that when we walked past the car in the morning we noticed a parking ticket or a violation as it was called issued a bit after 8 on Boxing day morning. A fine of $20 to be paid which was at least cheaper than the hotel's overnight parking fee of ...
... and smiling thinking of the next return. Singing Jimi's "Bold as Love" all the way to Hospira.
Hospira and Hopdoddy
Don't where bathing suits on corporate property. As the acclaimed home of the local-food movement, one of Austin's best burger joints, Hopdoddy, provides all local grassfed meat and produce. I had the Ahi Tuna and Luke the PrimeTime, which boasts Texas grassland-raised Akaushi beef. You know the "close-your-eyes-and-smile" reaction? ...
... their yard and hung out. It's always fun to tag along on someone else's life, we learned that with all the families we stayed with.
From Vail we did a one night stay in Denver and had dinner with the Duttons. It was great. We played with the kids, Ella and Ben all night. The next morning we got an early start on our drive to Mt. Rushmore. When we got there, everything I've ever heard was exactly true. No one had exaggerated. It's the craziest thing ...
... time, I have had a variety of jobs, each so different. As I look back on my working years, I call them "Act Two". It was quiet a ride.
I started my retirement years in May 2012. As the curtain rises on these remaining years I call them "Act Three". I want to look back on them someday and say, "That was quiet a trip".
Selling my house in Austin, Texas and living in an apartment for awhile, I have ...
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