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It was only a short drive to Austin which was good, it meant an afternoon getting to have a look around. When we arrived, Art told us that there was some races on this weekend and they were having a festival tonight so we were all keen for checking that out! The races are kinda like the Bathurst 1000 so people from all over America came for the weekend and it was packed everywhere. After dumping our bags at the hostel, it was either a scenic walk in which took an hour or a 20 minute ...
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 fact that he took the time to sit down and speak with us is incredible from the business perspective. This is the epitome of Austin's famous laid back lifestyle where everyone supports local or homegrown businesses. If it's not "local" the Austinites don't want it. Austin is a city that requires more than one visits. I'll certainly plan a return trip.
At the Sheraton overlooking the capital city of the Lone Star State
... the death of Leslie Cochrane, the man who personified “Keep Austin Weird.” Leslie was born in Miami in 1951, attended Florida State University, then traveled the country, driving a truck on the west coast, working at Safeway in Seattle, skinning and tanning road kill in Colorado, living in a bookmobile in Atlanta.
He rode a tricycle to Austin in 1996, where he mostly lived on the streets, ...
... 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, ...