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... other than Clint Eastwood....and a whole bevy of cowboy heartthrobs I'd never heard of and enjoyed the sights and sounds of waltzing cowboys with serious style.
All too soon my visit to Austin was coming to an end and it was time to fly to San Francisco. My stay in Austin would probably have been fun no matter what but it's always the people that make a place special and Maryann made my stay there completely awesome, just hope I can return the favour some day!
... We head back to the medical center and see a different doctor. He says it looks like I'm allergic to the antibiotic, but he's not sure I should be on antibiotics anyway. Since I'm still congested, he thinks it might be viral and runs a blood test. The blood test comes back looking suspicious, and he notices my swollen lymph nodes. Time to run another test. As he suspected- it's mono. Joy. (Mono is called glandular fever outside the US) There are many ...
... have heard about my plans and have asked if they can help. Because of that I am setting up the following site and figure I will share it with you also, http://www.volunteerforever.com/volunte er_profile/kristi-gravitt . Yes money would definitely help me afford some of these programs. Pray and emotional support is also greatly appreciated and needed. I have collected Delta Skymiles for the past few years and hardly ever use them. In trying ...
... into the campground since it is off of interstate 35 on University property with a big parking lot. One can bike from the campground to one of the bike trails by using the sidewalks and it is an easy ride. Bikers are all over this city on the sidewalks, streets and trails. Very bike friendly. The Visitor Center, Texas Museum and Capitol are all good places to visit. We loved this campground, this city and people that live ...
... town was actually very convenient for us. The car needed a service, we had driven about 17,000 klms so had oil change, a good wash and then found out we needed 2 new tyres on the back. Got everything done in a few hours and ready for the road again. Following day we went to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. As with everything in the USA the caverns were enormous, was like walking through the middle of ...
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