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Well holy smokes...yea I guess I'm not so good at the blog thing. But better late than never!! So this blog posting tells of my comings and goings of my roadtrip to Austin, Texas and all the stops that happened along the way, as well as, my first three weeks of Austin life...I can't believe I've been here for three weeks already
So here we go...5 states, 4 cities, 6 days/5 nights, over approximately 2,200 miles!! First stop was Moab, Utah. I arrived at dusk, ...
... heading back out to meet up with Monica and Allie who had been wandering around 6th Street all afternoon. Kara and Adhara went to see an independent film called 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' (La Vie d'Adèle) and they met up with us about ten minutes after we arrived.
We enjoyed a quick pickleback ($7.50 per shot?! Where do you think you are...New ******* York?!) before heading over to Stubb's BBQ where the six of us would celebrate ...
... quarters for several weeks at a time so that you can work out all of the kinks. So if we manage to make it back to Austin without killing either one of them, we'll be ready for next year. At least that's the general idea.
Our original plan was to rent an RV and drive West. We bought the big book that lists every RV park in the U.S. (it's huge) and checked into the cost of renting one of these recreational vehicles. But by ...
... histories of their own, then wondered aloud if he should have his medical student come in to look at them. He decided against it because my knees were pretty stable.
"But," I suggested, "you could have her come in and say, 'here's a patient. What's wrong with him?!"'
He spun dramatically on his stool, whipped his arm out straight and commanded this unseen med student, "What's the matter with that patient!!"
Then the parts of ...
... There wasn't much action then, but shortly after feeding time in the AM and afternoon, it apparently gets pretty lively. We will see.
The campground has about forty sites, which are paved and offer water and electricity. I took on about fifty gallons of the liquid gold and then did up the hose and stowed it. It's still freezing at night, so this is what works best for us. We'll let the pump do the job for us. It's just above ...