Courtyard Austin - University Area
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... swimming in the pool and waterfall area - I can imagine it would get packed here in summer. There were so many people around the park in general, particularly runners and dogs, both of all shapes and sizes. We copped at eyeful at times. Haha. We met back at the car and drove to North Austin to check out some shopping. We couldn't find the plaza we were looking for (not that it had many of my type of shops anyway), but we found our first Wal-Mart. Naturally had to check it ...
Oh boy...where do I begin! So much excitement has happened in the last two weeks!! Road trip to Galveston which included stops to San Antonio and Houston, then cruising the Caribbean islands for a week, coming back to my poor dear car completely dying on me and all that that entailed, and finally heading back to work! Here I go...
With the completion of my first eight week contract, I was able to talk my work into giving me two weeks off in between my assignments. ...
... defined the redneck rock sound. But the AWH also brought new listeners to Willie Nelson, Ray Charles, Freddy King and Frank Zappa. Others that played The Armadillo were Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZ Top, Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC, The Clash with Joe Ely and Asleep at the Wheel. Quite a legacy that Austin defined a sound for those that followed, Lyle Lovett, The Eagles, Pure Prairie League, The New Riders of the Purple ...
... t been in there 10 minutes before they invited us line dancing and then out for some party times on Sixth Street. We politely declined (which is a good thing too - apparently they didn't end up line dancing at all and instead had arm wrestling matches in a bar and one of them broke his arm, good times everybody!).
Instead of another night of drinking, we opted for movies in bed and sleep. Not until we'd walked up the road and had some ...
... Fortunately we were not breaking any laws, although the second time he passed us on a four lane divided highway he activated his sirens as he passed, then steered onto the median and made a TV-style U-turn, creating a dust cloud and swerving into the oncoming lane as he burnt rubber in pursuit of his next violator, hopefully not a cyclist.
Two-steppin’ at the Broken Spoke
I was thrilled that learning the ...