Carrington's Bluff Bed and Breakfast
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... for nearly two weeks is laughing! Loved being with D & the boys just making jokes. We finally then got down the bottom & the view. Incredible waterfall coming over the edge of these rocks that kind of scooped in. You could walk all underneath & we go some amazing pictures. Our last outing together so had to get a few selfies of us both. Got some lovely pictures of us. A man kindly took some to. I was so happy as when we went near the water I could see a ...
... early French colonists were attempting to settle. I also learned that there were about a thousand Women Aviation Service Pilots (WASP) during WWII - sadly, although they were the first women to fly American military aircraft, they were given the dishonour of having to pay for their own journeys home at the conclusion of the war. My favourite permanent exhibit featured the Texas Centennial Exposition in 1936.
Next I visited ...
... country, blues and rockabilly tradition continues to bounce off the walls to this day.
The Wagoneers weren't the first band we saw, just the best. On Friday night we saw "Jimmy Fallen & The Angels." Jimmy said the name with a straight face which I greatly admired. All their musical parts fitted tightly together (including the substitute bass player) but genre wise it became a bit unglued. They bounced around between retro punk, country and Dwight Yokam ...
... for a nightcap and then headed back to the park.
My cousin Ryan and his wife Christina, who I have not seen in years, offered us their spare bedroom on the north side of Austin for our last two nights in town and we quickly accepted. We packed up the Scamp, headed to the opposite end of the city and arrived at their place in the late morning. Christina works from home so she welcomed us and got us set up. We made plans to meet for dinner and some ...
... I would like to state we did not request him as a host - he contacted us!! )
Saturday morning we are brought to a couchsurfing meet up at a brewery open day. A group of CS hosts from Austin were meeting up here and hanging out for a while - 10$ for a pitcher and you can refill it 3 times. Here we met some cool lads who advised us on all the cool things to do in town and told us we could stay with them no hassle if we wanted too.
Then our host took us on a ...