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... Austin at 6:00, and after going through our usual Refreshment Routine (brush teeth, wash face, take a shot of whiskey), we wanted to hit up our favorite Austin spots. First up was Taqueria Jefes, the first taco truck Tina ever took me to when I arrived in Austin. True to form for the city, the truck is just hanging out there off of the highway, in the parking lot of a laundromat. Their tacos al pastor are like no other: spicy, tender, and loaded up with that ...
... been intense thunderstorm the day before and the morning was gray and rainy. The slippery rocks and muddy ground on campus made graduation slightly more difficult, but the ceremony was still great. Unfortunately we couldn't take the traditional panoramic class picture in front of the chapel before graduation but had to take it on the Helm stage afterwards which was a shame. I was awarded highest standing for ...
... weren't relocating in Austin and competing for space, our group was able to make connections with a host of organizations that work to support businesses including groups specifically for women in business like Texas Women in Business, Round Rock Chamber of Commerce, Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas, BiGAUSTIN (where we met with several prototype businesses and innovative service businesses owned by women), and the ...
... only ones there as well. Then we did a four-mile walk, starting first along the sandy and grassy banks of the river, then wading across, then up through the scrub pines. Most of the walk was not terribly interesting, but it was nice in its own way, and at least it was overcast almost the entire time. We also did not pass many people.
Returning to Austin, we walked briefly along the river at sunset, which was lovely. Many, many people were ...
We are on the move again. Today, we head to Austin, which is not only the capital city of Texas, but one of the most liveable cities in the USA. As usual, Mum determined that we could explore some more of Texas on the way.
It was a cooler morning with the temperature at 77'F (25'C). Mum and Lisa had promised to take me to Schlitterbahn, voted the world's best waterpark, but the lower temperature made them decide against it.
On the way there, ...
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