Highpoint Manor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Xmas and he has all his friends over and had a blast. Sue and David rented a vintage Arcade game and air-hockey and pinball machine which were hits. I'll let the pictures tell the rest, but we will miss Austin tremendously. Sad to go and say goodbye, but we will be back ...
... could have some peach ice cream. Well, actually I also bought a small candle (at Circle E) and a really nice top and some earrings (at the Wildflower Farm).
This was the first day of the rally. For dinner we had Italian. Tonight no one stayed behind to play games, but Bridget & Carsten stopped by our place for a visit and we caught up with each others summer travels.
Probably will not write anything tomorrow night, so hope you have a great couple of ...
... walk we went a few blocks to catch the hotel shuttle back to the hotel. We wanted to visit a Mission, of which there are four in San Antonio. We would need to drive to the mission which was 10 minutes from the hotel. We visited the San Jose Mission which is part of the National Park System. san Jose is the biggest and most intact of the four missions and the visitor center is located there. The mission was begun by Franciscan friars who's goal was to ...
... and intimidating.
There was a special exhibit of award winning and famous photos not just of LBJ, but he and Kennedy were the main subjects. You left with a definite impression that he was worn down by the job almost from the very beginning. Starting with Kennedy's assassination, the exhibits covered the Vietnam war, his social projects, the ...
... each place. I am not real sure what my passions are or where I can best contribute going forward. I guess we can call it a mid-life crisis?
My goal for however much time I end up not working is to find my passions and use them to make new choices in my life.
To do that, I am focused on
- - Making choices that I will look back on fondly
- Enjoying ...