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... of it) is far easier. No time soon will I forget the 12 inches to a foot 3 feet to a yard mantra. Other than the change in measuring units, the work I am currently doing is not indifferent to some previous work that I have done. All people in the architecture department have been helpful and welcoming and I'm enjoying it so far! I have visited Auburn University and had a slight insight into the extravagant lives of college kids in the US. I clearly haven't watched ...
... Manager who insisted that we leave the bikes at the front door, for security. He invited us to an open bar and nibbles from 5-7 and then also gave us vouchers for dinner at the Seafood restaurant across the road with free entrée or dessert each.
Yes, with that many temptations we did partake and enjoyed the evening although all of us were shattered.
Tomorrow, we head to Knoxville via the Jack Daniels ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
Once we left Fredericksburg, we continued our adventure on the roads less traveled and stayed south of interstate 10. The central Texas Hill country is probably the prettiest part of Texas I've traveled through, plenty of green and rolling hills to keep the drive interesting. Once the hills flattened out it turned into Ag land for as far as the eyes could see. In this part of Texas it is primarily rice and sorghum, and there was a lot of it! After TX and sorghum country it ...
... townhouse for when they came into town. The people had a numerous number of staff, some whom travelled with them and some who stayed at either the plantation, or the townhouse. The house itself was probably not the most impressive building I had ever seen, by many houses I would call it modest, but back in the 1800 it was something special, as it features one of the first inside toilets in the country. The house (and bathroom) was designed by ...