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A typical meeting went like this, regardless of the age of the participants:
The person would approach and I'd say, "Hello! Have a seat on Santa's lap." I'd lift a child to my knee or say to a hesitant adult, "No one is too big or old to sit on Santa's lap," and each one would invariably find him- or herself sitting on me, chuckling like a little kid at the thought of someone their age going through the same motions as people ...
... and other patriotic momuments. After venturing around the massive park type land the capitol sits on, we took advantage of the sun and layed on the ground for a good hour or so. We had heard there bats that lived under the main bridge in town and came out at night so we had some time to kill.
We watched the sun set over the water and watched the crowds gather on the bridge. It seemed like we waited for so long but then suddenly SO many bats started to appear in the ...
Austin trees have character. They don't just pop up out of the ground and head for the sky. They meander, twist, and turn, taking their time to decide which way they want to grow. Kind of like the city itself. Interesting.
These distinctive trees, many of which grace the state capitol grounds, are live oaks, so called because the leaves remain green throughout the winter. Not actual ...
... 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.