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... a bottle of Tito’s. By the time they had returned the band had started playing and our buddy Andy (who we went to UW with and lives in Austin) and his girlfriend were on their way to meet us. We spent the rest of the night drinking, talking and enjoying some good ole’ Texas country music.
The next morning we slept in, got packed up, enjoyed some homemade biscuits (thank you again Christina) and headed out. I thouroughly enjoyed our short time ...
... session as there were delays with the medical helicopter because of communication problems - a loose antenna. With Turn 1 being uphill and blind for the drivers, we observed many different lines. Most of the cars (with the exception of Redbull) were skittery suffering understeer and traction out of this corner but this will change once some more rubber is down. The run down to Turn 2 is fast flowing and really shows ...
... is a lot of fun! The surroundings are very peaceful, and it is great to have moments here and there to just "BREATHE"!
We did go out for drinks after the day was over last night. The faculty concert was full of Spanish Medieval music, but when we went out for drinks, there was a great rock trio playing. It was good to let our mind be free for a bit.
... so we hoped the sun would be on its way down and away from burning us.
The next six hours were filled with various festival foods including burritos, sausages, ‘crunchy chicken’, cookies, and ‘death by chocolate’ that was merely a brownie in a cone, alongside a few acts that tried to entertain us as we ate and drank. Ray LaMontagne lulled us into the festival mood before a wander around the park introduced us to the upbeat tones of Foster ...
... to those of you who did not remember: you are dead to me. kidding. maybe. a very special shout out to the Steves for a wonderful evening of great food, great friends and a side order of shena****ns.
until next time, dont let's ask for the moon, when we have the stars. amen!
ps, still no definitive movement on the job front. im sure i have discovered some new levels of hell that Dante overlooked.
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