Baymont Inn & Suites Austin South
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... picnic down on the grass just below the bridge. Of course we had a divide in our camp over which view would give us the optimal view of the bats. We had Patrick, Jack, and Jessie convinced that the view on top of the bridge would be best (or they were just too lazy to walk 5 minutes down to the grassy underlay) and we had Kamal and myself who favored the underlay. What didn’t make sense is that Kamal and I had already ventured to the grassy area before meeting ...
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... bats flew from under the bridge. After about a half hour under the bridge we made our way back up the river and back to the dock. We got some good, changed our clothes, and went out to East 6th street in Austin which is known as the party central. While it seemed like it would be a lot of fun with people in the streets partying, we would go into bars looking to have fun and people were just standing around awkwardly. In the end, the bars closed at 2 ...
George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States using this Masonic Bible which was borrowed from St John's Lodge No. 1, chartered under the Grand Lodge of the State of New York, F. & A.M.
It was exhibited last night, 10 December 2013 in Parsons Masonic Lodge.
... lead singer. She played uke as well. Standup base, drums and a guy who played keyboard, horn and accordion. They do have youtube videos. Really cool standup area to watch the band. I think I'm back there tomorrow to see Mike and the Moonpies.
P.S. Did you know that in an emergancy you can dry small garments in the microwave? Cool.