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We went into Austin late at night, arriving close to midnight, after leaving NOLA around 2pm. We his a gnarly lightening storm (and what we thought could be a flash flood) on our way in that slowed us down.
Being that it was Thursday night, we knew we were about to hit some Austin City Limits crowds the next day if we tried to stay in the city. Our hosts, friends of Brian's this time from his business frat at UNC, ...
... the banks of the Sandy in 1805. At that time the river ran gritty with ash from the 1802 eruption of Mt. Hood.
There will be so much to discover! The Gorge has 16 plant species found nowhere else and over 150 rare plant species. The area is rich with animal life. This combined with historical monuments, waterfalls, incredible vistas! I can hardly wait!
... in Austin downtown...everywhere. I expect that during July when the average max is 36deg these rooftop bars would be pretty crowded.
Out for dinner with Sam and Ailien at ZTejas. They market themselves as a Southwestern Grill and have a diverse menu so you can't miss out. Sue and I had southern meatloaf which was superb...so was the cornbread and Tortilla soup.
On leaving Dallas we had a small incident in Tim, Sean and Branch's parking garage. Frustratingly a woman cut a corner short and drove into the front of us. The damages were minor on both sides however we will require a new bumper. Fortunately the woman was very apologetic and claimed responsibility.
It was a short drive south to Austin to meet up with Brett's ...
... in 3rd grade Mrs. Heegan showed us pictures of it in a slideshow. Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at ONE TIME. When we got to Edwards, we put our bags down and went to the Blakslees house for dinner. The Blakslees are the family that my Uncle Tony lived with for 8 years while he was teaching out here. They have three daughters, Annie is 15, Emma is 12, and Molly is 9. We had so much fun. We went on a hike one day, but mostly we just played at their house ...