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... and 6th street is closed throughout. During the day and night folks come to bars to listen to musicians play and and see street performers. I was lucky to walk around and get a few pictures of SX and some of my favorite hangout spots in Austin, as well go to a night showing of EDM artists like Alex Metric, Disco Fries, Tommie Sunshine, and a few others.
Austin is amazing and I will always love it.
... went to had a big backyard and some live country music bands playing, it was really dark inside but overall the place had a good vibe, the music wasn't very good but I'm not a country fan, we had one drink and moved on. Thommo and PM were looking for a bar they went to last time that had table tennis out the back. We went to another 3 different places looking for the table tennis, we had a drink in each place, at one spot we played Cornhole, ...
... in a city as great as Austin. Austin is funky,
the people are friendly and its size is very manageable without ever
being boring. The only negatives are July and August which are oven
hot, lack of access to great beaches and where do you go when you want
to leave Austin. Texas is big and it requires a flight out. We could
not wait for our time in Austin and the way the schedule worked out I
was going to be there for a week and Kara ...
... water just on the begging of a river. Of corse when we arrived the sun was hiding behind the clouds. It was still a lot of fun we swam in he crystal-clear water, jumped and did some flips in it and hit on some girls from Texas. After all this Pool action we drove to the university of Texas. The Campus it self was not bad but Richard and I sneaked in the Football stadium which was awesome. We went in the stadium through an open entrance but from there you couldn't see ...
... you'd like, you can write it down and send it to me at the North Pole."
And I'd ask the gratuitous "Have you been good this year?" Most everyone said yes. Some straddled the fence, but I reassured them that if they were extra good between now and Christmas, they'd find something special under their tree. And as they'd leave, I'd give a wave and give them a hearty "Merry Christmas!"
And that was my formula. Nothing to it. I'd rarely say ...