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... Masi took me to a family friend’s
baby shower! Wasn’t something I was expecting on this trip but American’s
really go out on all this kind of stuff and people seem to be doing it more at
home so I joined her. A community hall had been hired and there were balloons,
baby grows and bibs everywhere!! There were lots of games and they were sweet
to involve me too so I had a go at ‘pin the dummy on the baby’ which I failed
... a magarita that was patron, lime and orange juices with catus jelly for sugar. That was followed with a (what!!??) duck filled chile rellano and veggie enchiladas. Austin? What's going on here? I expected BBQ and George Strait... and I was looking forward to it. What's this fancy foodie streak you've got going?
We were both beat from 10 hours on the road so we ...
... the year of their graduating class on the mountain. The other classes, we’re assuming the 1906ers, 1908ers, 1909ers and 1910ers, took exception to that and stormed up the mountain, laying siege to the class of 1907. The 1907ers held out for as long as they could before being “obliterated” by the besiegers. The sign we read describing the history really used the word “obliterated,” leading us ...
... at the hotel, so that camper could have a few repairs completed before the racing season starts. We finished getting new tags for the car/camper and getting a Texas drivers license....so I guess this makes us Texas residents (better go out and get me a cowboy hat and boots). Well like I said in my other blogs this gate guard job was not for us and will not be doing it ...
... from the staff. After tests including a chest x-ray, they determined that I had an upper bronchial infection. It took two sessions on the nebulizer there for my chest to quiet down enough for the doctor to let me go . . . with prescripts for Prednisone (that ubiquitous drug of my life), Levaquin antibiotic and an inhaler. Last night I got my first decent night’s rest in a month. Mary Jo is feeling much better now, too.
More on our Buda visit next time.