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... 8221; … more of a temporary status rather than an identity.
We also took in an IMAX movie: Rocky Mountain Express. It had some beautiful photography and told the story of building the CP Railroad from Vancouver to Banff. It was a Canadian production, and the funniest moment occurred when they said, in dramatic tones, “The future of the CP Railroad was now in the hands of two Americans.” It was said with great dread and foreboding … and ...
... connects to. It was picturesque, with clear water and different coloured rocks that lit up the water. Though it was bucketing down rain it didn't stop us from jumping off the rock edges that stood above the well, into the water.
After the well I went home and caught up on sleep before heading to a restaurant which is famous for its beer and unique hot dogs. Was one of the best tasting meals I have had, as well as filling. Definetely worth the $40 that I spent.
... br> awesome. My favorite is HeyCupcake. It’s like someone is flirting by giving you
sweet deliciousness. The Michael Jackson, chocolate cake with white icing, was
my favorite, but, baby, it don't matter if your (cupcake) is black or white.
... performances from the local school band. Mum and Lisa were impressed that all of the kids were very neat and tidy with their polished patent leather shoes and their shirts tucked in. We also discovered that one of the staple foods (so I'm told) at every County Fair or Show back home - the corn dog (or dagwood dogs as they are known in Australia) - originated in Austin.
Just when Mum and Lisa thought it was cooling down, it turned into another hot day. ...
... 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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