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I did it! I whittled down my wardrobe (both summer, winter and workout clothes) into a few key items that will fit into what amounts to about one drawer's worth of space. (Not counting "nice" clothes which are hung.)
This is pajamas, shorts, jeans, sweaters, socks, etc., tee shirts ...
... crack, I'm still not sure, asked if we needed to "take this outside" because his drunken girlfriend was slobbering all over me. On the plus side, I had an amazing hot dog with mac and cheese on it after I necked my drink and ran for the hills.
So Austin was indeed weird. It was a shame a few ********s put a downer on my experience of the place, it really offered so much promise after my first few days of wanting to move there. I also saw a ...
... street. We found a Mexican grill to have dinner at called Wild Cactus, it was really good, we tried the local Austin Beer and also had a fruity cocktail after our meals which we loved. We were at the restaurant a bit over and hour, once we left there we headed to an Irish pub for a beer, the Irish pub was opposite Buffalo Billiards where we were meeting my friends at 10pm. We stayed at the Irish pub sampling some more of Austin's local brews that all ...
... a few shops and came out with some sweet postcards. Late in the afternoon, we headed to the hotel to rest up and make some dinner. Our legs and backs were getting pretty sore after touring New Orleans and Austin.
Later that night we walked back to the main streets (mainly 6th street) for some entertainment. After some searching, we came across a small band playing in an empty bar. The guitarist's name was ...
Miscellaneous pictures from the time between Costa Rica and Big Bend
Spent February, March and part of April at our place in the Texas Hill Country town of Llano.
It is a nice place to bicycle, enjoy wildflowers along the side of the road and go and hear nice music at the Badu House on Thursday "Texas Music Night."
We did get a few repairs done and were glad to see the rain that helped keep our pecan trees healthy.