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... architecture sure was! It really is a beautiful building. Next I went to the National Academy Museum housed in a beautiful old building. I stumbled across the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum and really enjoyed some of the fun exhibits. One of my favourites was where my photo was converted into a line drawing and then drawn in sand. The disk with sand kept rotating and being swept clean ready for the next face.
On 14 March we met Lakshmi and Sanjay at the Oyster Bar ...
... who told us about Austin's changes and the good ole days.
My favorite part of hippie hollow was the wildlife. As you wade in the water, guppies will come nip your toes-like a southeast asia-syle street pedicure booth! If you wait longer, the larger fish come around: the most impressive of which were the 2-foot catfish that lurked just inches from our feet in knee-deep water!
All in all the trip was fabulous. ...
Old photos long-stored in a box conjured up questions and memories of stories told in the past. I found a black and white picture of my parents seated on the running board of his snazzy convertible and couldn't resist tinting the car yellow--as I believe my mother told me it WAS yellow! Were they planning their honeymoon as they sat nestled side ...
... Jim wanted to keep riding our bikes around the campus that afternoon.
We rode downtown to the well known live music scene on 6th street in Austin. Most of the places are kinda seedy looking but all were packed with people of all ages and live music being performed throughout the day.
The campground we stayed at, McKinney Falls State Park, had just ...
... Not to mention that Caroline wasn't too excited about using a tiny shower or emptying a portable septic tank. So instead, we opted to drive a regular sized car, and stay at hotels, campgrounds, and rent a few homes along the way using HomeAway.com. We were going to drive all the way to California from Austin, and then realized how many miles of "nothingness" there was between here and El Paso.
So we finally settled on ...