Mt Gainor Inn
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... vulture and stops to take some photos!
An hour or so later and we have fought our way through the traffic to our home for the next four nights, we only had to take one diversion as we realised we were in a right turn only lane too late!
Our new home is an apartment that we found through airbnb, it's nice to have a full kitchen, sofas, balcony and all the other little creature comforts! It's also nice to know that we don't have to get in the car for the next three days ...
I watched The Wolf of Wall Street on the way to JFK, which took up almost the entire flight. It's a terrible, dreary day here. Thankfully I still have my Admiral's Club membership, so I'll be relaxing here my flight (about 2 hours). I plan on drinking a few beers, changing into a sweatshirt and yoga pants, and sleeping the whole way to Barcelona. Hopefully updates will follow soon!
... As they explained, their kids had been to see other Santas and had bad experiences. One Santa pulled his beard down to take a drink of water, for example, as her son looked on. They came to see me to show them the "real Santa."
After one of the Teas ended, I was asked to go into the lobby to visit with a small boy who wanted to see Santa, but didn't attend the Tea. Happy to oblige, I walked over and greeted the parents of a ...
... How will it all workout now that I'm settled. Luckily I have a full plan and goal setup. So the sinking in won't be weird. Looking back now that it's over I see I was afraid a lot. I was afraid of getting in a REALLY bad situation. I like to ride greyhounds because it's fun. So wow ok my plan is now a relaxing greyhound ride and read and just chill out and then dad will pick me up once I give a holla before I arrive and I will fully ...
... br> That wanderlust to pack your bags and roam,
'Til you’re wearing out your boots just scratching gravel,
And you long to be some place that feels like home…
I’ve been a little blue but I’ll be fine
When I see that AUSTIN CITY LIMITS sign.
Lyrics by Hank Alrich