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... out from under the bridge. It was a constant flow for about 20 minutes as we watched the sky turn black. They were quite small but I just couldnt believe how many bats could store away under this bridge!
We returned to the hostel to relax for a bit before heading out to the festival. And check this out - a girl in our hostel room had tickets to Flo rrida and was just giving them away. FLO RIDA! We eagerly headed back into town after a few hours to see the nightlife. ...
... with her, but told they would be right back. When they came back, they presented us with The Book of Mormun, which apparently Abby wanted to give us as a gift. Little did I know at the time, that book would sure come in handy in the near future.
After attending the Alabama/Michigan game two nights later at Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX), I parked my car outside Alvin's house (Alvin is one of my friends from college who I was staying with ...
... said he was done with his meeting and ready to meet up for dinner. He picked out a great local, funky Austin joint called Freddie’s Place. It was perfect. We all had a couple of beers, great food, and the best conversation. I have never really had one on one time with my uncle, outside of a little bit at my wedding, so this was fantastic. We talked about our adventure - where we had been, where we were going, and Henry told us about his travels and ...
... destination, Lubbock, TX. It was a rough start on this day because of the heat, the gusty winds, the high altitude (7,000 ft +) and the accidental long detour that I took us on as I lost my way in the map... oops. Well, what should have been a 5 hr. drive turned out to be a 9 hr. drive. So, after arriving exhausted, hungry and tired, we decided to make up for it by staying in a 4 star hotel in Lubbock by using the honeymoon card again and once ...
... the Dell Diamond was in a new, vibrant stadium complete with life size cow statue near the entrance. It was a hot night. Concerned about our lack of air conditioning, we stopped at a store and bought a small fan to circulate air but found it too cumbersome for the RV, and returned it a few days later.
A huge treat for us was the chance to visit the LBJ museum in Austin. I have particularly fond memories of his presidency and have always admired his ...
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