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... excitedly anticipating our evening activity - a free flight tunnel experience at iFly. We spotted the sign on our arrival and all of us expressed the desire to give it a go. And wow was it worth it!! We were given a half hour instructions on hand signals and keeping your chin up and how to place your hands before being suited up with overalls, goggles and helmets. Our instructor Tex was very experienced and helpful. I was a little nervous but once I leaned into the ...
... Centre we travelled through the old part of town and amongst all the old buildings it became very clear to us what is weird about Austin. Want to know? Google it and you'll find out.
I agree....Keep Austin Weird
Anyway, the duck tour was a fun activity.
When we were all quacked out we shot off down to meet Ailien for lunch at Players Burger joint. This place sits in the middle of the University of Texas Campus and specialises in ...
... Wooden Boat festival, then home through California. Lots of friends and family to see on the way. And I'm hoping for some cool weather - I've packed fleece and warm socks, and I seriously intend to need them.. Not sure how much I'll be writing - I seem to do less of that when it's a trip with friends than when it's just Booth and me. But we're available by email or by phone. Keep in ...
... Most days I had to cruise round town reporting on unofficial parties for SXSW to earn my badge which wasn't so bad. My two partners - Spence the firefighter and Jezzika the 'kooky' Asian UT student would join me for the rounds and we'd load up on all the free drinks and free swag we could find before searching out the next party. When not 'On Duty' I'd chill with Clara, Phil, Hannah their friend from home, Simon and the banner crew doing exactly the same ...
... time, I have had a variety of jobs, each so different. As I look back on my working years, I call them "Act Two". It was quiet a ride.
I started my retirement years in May 2012. As the curtain rises on these remaining years I call them "Act Three". I want to look back on them someday and say, "That was quiet a trip".
Selling my house in Austin, Texas and living in an apartment for awhile, I have ...