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Travel Blogs from Dripping Springs
... both tires
the following day luis was on a roll & drove almost 600mi to a really great CoE Park just ...
... Roaring Fork. Over a bottle of wine and some amazing pork and lamb, we caught Martha up on office gossip and personal stories, while Martha told us a little bit about her new apartment, new job and life in NYC.
Our first day in Texas was off to a great start. Although we got a glimpse of Austin on the way to and from dinner, we were very much looking forward to exploring the city the next day before the conference started.
... that Wilco officers, like Toronto police officers, rarely show up in court and both tickets were beat.
Barton Springs Pool
With the temperature staying above 30C for the first five days we made a couple of trips to the Barton Springs Pool, a 200m outdoor pool – more like a reservoir – fed by Barton Springs creek.
The pool stays at a constant, refreshing temperature 18C or so and comes ...
... told that it was the largest county fair in Texas, and that 2011 was its 118th anniversary. Mum and Lisa said it was just like a typical country show in Australia: there was a side show alley, complete with the usual con men, a rodeo, a bush dance, tractor pull, antique tractors, arts and crafts and baking. The only thing they don't have in America at the fair are show bags! I can't wait until I am old enough to go on some show rides.
We enjoyed some ...
... checks at the airport. Crooked or cruel inspectors can't be circumvented like they can in China, and there is not that feeling, as there is in Russia, that if you have cleared everything beforehand and have your documents in order that you actually have the right to travel.
In America, you are at the whim of petty bureaucrats more than anywhere else I have seen traveled.
But enough of that. Anyone who pays attention knows ...