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... made us feel special. I know we are lucky in many, may respects. I do feel somewhat guilty about this overindulgent endeavor, but Brian and I have worked hard for this. Now my job is to work on my physical fitness, with an emphasis to become a better kiter. I will also brush up on my Japanese. Brian's goals are
similar except that he will learn Spanish.
On the second question, "how do you pack for a year?", Brian made ...
... Gruene was decimated by the boll weevil cotton blight of the 1920s and the Great Depression. By 1950, Gruene was a ghost town. Redevelopment and restoration beginning in the 1970s have turned the community into one of top Texas tourist destinations with 19th century homes today bed and breakfast attractions. Gruene was annexed into the city of New Braunfels in 1979.
... paprika/ black pepper rim. After that things got crazy. I had eggs migas & steak (holy **** it was filet!) Benedict with of course- chipolata hollendaise and nicole had this crazy veggie omelet with spinach, caramelized onions & goat cheese.
Next up we started wandering a little. We started by stopping by Croft's Original where the woman ...
... formation enabled Texas to win 30 straight games and six consecutive Southwest conference championships. He summed up his offensive philosophy very eloquently by stating, "Three things can happen when you pass, and two of 'em are bad." There was a nice tribute before the game and at halftime for the man whose name is on the stadium.
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Stadium - Darrell K. Royal Stadium is big. Texas ...
... us out shooting on the Sunday (we had originally planned on leaving for New Orleans on Saturday but at this news decided to stay until Monday, meaning we had to skip Nashville but oh well!). That night we slept well in our flat, exhausted from our bus ride and grateful for a proper bed. We didn't surface next morning until around lunchtime, and when we went downstairs were greeted by a 100mph Joshua, who was clearly excited to have visitors and painstakingly gave us ...