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... Alberta re a high paying massage job working with the mining camps. She was after 6 girls, so very pleased to hear there as 2 of us. We organised a skype interview for Monday. Our last night in Austin we went to dinner with Kim at a restaurant that use to be a petrol station. So many alternative places around Austin that are really funky. We left Kim some chocolates that morning and hit the ...
... br> to re-sort your priorities. Even the getting ready part – your “to do” list
re-sorts into “things to do before the trip” and “things that can wait”. It’s a
healthy exercise for me to figure out what really matters.
Things to do before leaving: Eating the Godiva chocolate that
someone gave me for Christmas. Dinner with ...
... log in the middle of the woods! ART. I love art.
Further down the Green Belt, I met a lovely older lady from Washington who told me of the Hoh Rainforest and Ruby Beach among other places to visit.
Blues on the Green.
I met up with Luke and we began preparations for the final "Blues on the Green" (B on the G) of the summer. We parked near the high school and began our journey towards Zilker Park. We bobbed and weaved through the traffic across ...
... from a co-worker (thanks Matt!) where there's a nightly ritual of a bat emergence from under the bridge. And bats there were. We waited maybe 45 minutes right before sunset, and then out they came. Not a few bats, but in excess of one million. They came out from under the bridge in droves for a good 20 minutes....quite a remarkable sight.
After that, Mexican dinner (yay!) for our 10 year anniversary, and then back to camp.