AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
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... to a close pretty rapidly, but our truck requires some final work, and we still have some wrap up needed on our estate sale leftovers. But we left a little wiggle room in our schedule for just such an eventuality. With any luck, this won't impact our subsequent travel plans.
... crosswinds for good measure. After turning inland and leaving the coast at Galveston, the open flat grasslands gave way to rolling hills. There's mountains to the west where we are headed, so the scenery should improve. We spent last night walking the main drag of Austin (6th Street) which has loads of restaurants and music pubs...some good bands here. Austin is definitely worth a visit if you're ...
... music festival, now we've all met up again in Austin. We spent the next couple hours drinking beers and playing shuffle board. Shuffle board is a game played on a long wooden table about 20-25" long covered in sand, each player or team has 4 metal discs similar to a hockey puck, you push your puck down the table trying to get it as close to the end as possible, at the very end of the table is a 4 with a line then a few inches in front is a 3 and a line, ...
... wooden nickles either. Don’t even bother taking off your makeup, cause I’ve found a new address, and, bottom line, I’m gone. Two men in dark jackets-over-jeans whipped out their cell phones and started recording, captured and enraptured.
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... that if you have all your ducks in a row, if you have the right paperwork, if your i's are dotted and your t's crossed, then you will be treated fairly and not only allowed but encouraged to do what you intend to do. In China, there is a prevailing feeling that if you ask enough people, and there is no penalty for asking there, someone will say "yes" to whatever you need eventually.
In America, the traveler is forced to run a gauntlet ...