Staybridge Suites Austin NW
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... start-up stories.
On February 13th we flew to Austin, Texas with Kat, Gav, Yvette and Pat. We rented a great house walking distance to Rainey Street and headed there as soon as we were settled in. We had a great BBQ lunch at Bangers before continuing on to 6th Street – a big party street. We had a few cocktails along the way before heading out for a great Indian dinner a bit later.
The next morning we had a Mexican breakfast ...
... bags with them collecting cans. There was method to their madness it turned out, for every full bag they handed in, they were given a free festival t-shirt. Good way to organise cheap labour? It seemed to work as the grass was spotless the whole day.
We have also decided that for the next Joburg day the festival goers have come up with the perfect way of finding your friends in the crowds, setting up glow in the dark flags on giant poles. This looks tiresome for the ...
... the banks of the Sandy in 1805. At that time the river ran gritty with ash from the 1802 eruption of Mt. Hood.
There will be so much to discover! The Gorge has 16 plant species found nowhere else and over 150 rare plant species. The area is rich with animal life. This combined with historical monuments, waterfalls, incredible vistas! I can hardly wait!
... good value verballing the history of Austin as we passed through and past various Austin landmarks. A real raconteur this bloke with a grey pony tail and tea cosy on his head. Lots of memorable stories but no mention of Lance Armstrong though.
Ol' Willie gave each of us a duck quacker to use during the trip. We were encouraged to quack at the pedestrians we drove past. We were also compelled to quack at Ol' Willies duck jokes too!
A bus full ...
... track through the canyontop grasslands. Little drop-offs and meandering ravines provided some fun along with the constructed jumps and rollovers. This was a safari. I honestly expected to turn the corner to see some zebras and wildabeasts bowing to Mufasa.
I biked down the road to Hamilton pool to find that the gates close at 6:00pm. It was 6:45. Reimer's Ranch had gotten a hold of me and I hadn't explored even half of the park. I threw the bike on the Mazda ...