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As mentioned in previous story, we covered a lot of ground in the twenty-six days. We got to go out and view the eagles in their nest twice while we were there. The first time was on Rick's birthday and we could see one of the young eagles poking his head up out of the nest and were treated to a spectacular aerial display by one of the adults. The second time was with Paul, KJ ...
... with grid streets numbered from the river at 1st street. The light rail comes into the city at 4th street outside the Convention Centre. We walked up to 11th street where the Capital Building is situated. The building has a beautiful central dome with spiral staircases to ascend the three available levels. Portraits of the state governors and house speakers line the ...
... on Food TV several times. It is located out in the country and happens to be in a dry county so they do not serve alcoholic drinks. You can bring your own and I saw several people with large coolers. We put our name on the list (an hour wait at 8:00 PM). Steve said on weekends, people will wait 2-3 hours to get a table. We walked in and I started drooling when I saw the pit where they smoke the ...
Sunday/Monday March 10 & 11 We left College Station after a storm all night but it stopped about an hour before we took off. Austin is under so much road construction coming into the city on route 290 that it was hard to follow since part of the road will be toll in the future. Stopped at LBJ's Presidential Library on the University of Texas campus. Standing in front of the library one could see the football stadium and also ...
... rest of the staff. I vowed, though, to not be defeated by my fake lip hair and learn how to properly use spirit gum. To YouTube I went and found some tutorials. With my new-found knowledge, I licked the problem and conquered the 'stache of despair. With the glove and mustache issues squarely behind me, the rest of this Santa thing was going to be a breeze. And now that my comfort level was increasing as I gained confidence, I would get better as we went.
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