Americas Best Value Inn - Buda
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... the city and it makes me wonder how different Prince George, BC, my hometown, would have been if UNBC (University of Northern British Columbia) had not been built up on the hill outside of town.
Austin is a blue city within a red state meaning that they stand alone as a Democratic and very liberal city within a conservative region. What I admire about the people from Austin is that they have totally figured themselves ...
... to wait their turn at telling Santa what they wanted for Christmas. One by one they came and sat on my knee and we shared that wonderful, traditional ritual of the ages -- that one time of the year when kids lay bare their deepest desires to the one man who can make their wishes come true.
And then the last of the adhesive behind my mustache gave out and off it came. Dammit!
Wasting no time, I jacked my beard up over my lip and pulled the ...
So did not sleep very well last night.....trying to get used to the Texas heat again........funny going through cold weather back to the hot weather......just have to get used to it. So we pick up the car tomorrow and it's off to San Antonio....for a at least a 2 week vaction before we go back to work....so nothing else is going on.....nothing exciting happening today (except the ****** traffic through Austin).....anyway CYA down the ...
The movers were a day late, but that wasn't anything worth worrying about. Kathy and I spent a comfortable night in the camper, so we got by okay. The dogs slept in the camper with us, but we left the cats in the house so they could get used to it. The Girl Cat found some level of comfort spending the night in the litter box, sleeping on a ****. Karen was snooping all over the place and being much braver and curious than the other cat, she was ...
... day took us to the growing city of Fort Stockton, TX. It was a sleepy, devoid, town when we first visited years ago. Now it is chockablock with hotels, restaurants and even a WalMart. It’s the only sizable place in the 200 miles from El Paso to Ozona, and so it is a logical overnight for many other than us. This night, though, the town was packed with visitors but we never found out what if anything special was going on. We ate at our usual place, K-Bob’s, ...