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... the KKK in all of this? Am I wrong in thinking it was pretty huge, even if again dark? Did it not affect Texas at all?! These were two burning (excuse the inexplicable choice of wording) questions I had upon leaving the museum. It seems I can't go anywhere without complaining that the evil side of a region's history isn't being addressed or explored in adequate depth.
After some quiet reflection whilst hanging out with some turtles in the ...
... near the food joints a bit closer to the hotel, they have a code which you enter on the website that tells you when the next bus comes. Being Sunday we didn't just want to wait around so we walked back to the hotel to use the wifi and see how often buses run, I also asked the lady at the front desk who confirmed the 7 bus is the best one to get to downtown. The buses were running every half hour so once one was 10 mins away we headed back to the stop ...
... and Kara ultimately getting her
masters. The weekend led to us moving to Austin and subsequently
running more, falling in love with Run-Tex and deciding on running
specialty as a career. Austin was a major deal for us. The loop around
Town Lake was perfect and as is customary I had to return home by Joe's
coffee shop. The shop is more like a stand that is on the street with
great outdoor seating. Kara and I started everyday the same ...
... and hit the road. On our way we stopped a couple time to walk a little around and get some blood back in your legs.... We arrived very late in Austin knowing that this is one of the few places here we have host. We arrived in Austin at around 2 o'clock and just wanted a place to stay. We went to a McDonalds to get WiFi so we find the best Motel for us. We ended up all 4 of us sharing a Motel room at a Americas Best Value ...
... and memories I have about the children and parents I met. This whole experience has been awesome and humbling.
A group of three little girls approached holding a cookie they got at the open house and asked if the elves baked them. Because I'm an idiot, I almost replied, "Uh, no, the hotel provided them" but that wasn't very Christmasy, so a said, "Yes, the elves helped Mrs. Claus bake them." Then as if this concluded a ...