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... he played "Holy Moses," a song almost as old as me. We chatted with Joe G about all things weird and batty about Austin, Joe said: "The liberals who define the culture and ethos-quite a few of them grads of the University of Texas (and brainiacs from the engineering schools at Rice) are here because they hate Houston politics."
Joe G suggested we get away from 6th street and check out the scene downtown. "All the good music is down there. No one can afford ...
... drinks, board games and just enjoying each other’s company.
The next three days were spent indulging in good food and great beers. One of our favorite bars was Craft Pride, they served only Texas beers. I was blown away by the amount of local breweries. Not only were there a ton of them, they all seemed to offer some really incredible beers. It was even more amazing since state law had prohibited much of the business up until only three years ago. ...
... heat and see the real Austin sights.
First stop Barton Springs - a 1000 foot long natural springs swimming pool. They even have a section partitioned off for dogs - it was kinda funny watching the owners out swimming with their pets - some even had arm bands etc which was cool. We walked about the huge park - watching people playing sports, doing yoga and playing music
Then we went to get some delicious Pizza (I really miss American Pizza!!) and headed ...
... Alex from the airport. Alex
had decided to celebrate his 40th in Austin since we were there and it
is a great place to celebrate anything. Kathy had originally decided to
come to Austin for Sam's birthday and although we decided to go out the
11th for Alex's birthday, Kathy came anyway to host a kid's party at
the St. Cecelia that night. How nice was that? Alex and I had a great
day. We went running on the Greenbelt, went swimming ...
... she was able to move as much as she was. The PA was very nice, extremely patient and was in no rush to leave the room as he kept fielding our questions, making conversation and ensuring all our questions were answered.
After talking with him, Dr. Heinrich entered and basically asked when Kathy would like to schedule surgery. He also fielded whatever questions we had and seemed to genuinely care. So Kathy chose April 22 as her day ...