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I try to visit our son in Austin biennially to spend some time with him, and to learn what he's been doing and planning for the future. During my past visits, we have traveled down to San Antonio, and ate at some of the best restaurants Austin has to offer. I've also been a member of able2know chat site, and have met with other members for meets, …
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... there at the exact same time. We will say his name was Roy. Roy is a 22 year old who was hitching to Austin from northern Colorado. His trip started out strong, but as the weather turned snowy, rides became a bit harder to come by. he kept on pushing and finally he caught a 12 hour ride from Colorado to albuquerque New Mexico with ( as Roy described) "a normal looking white male in his lower 30s". They drove for a bit before the driver asked Roy to drive because ...
After being woken up by some John Vanderslice, we got all our things together and took our final airport shuttle to O' Hare. We said goodbye to our friendly driver, Victor and went to check-in. Everything went pretty smoothly and we got some cream cheese bagels for breakfast before waiting by our gate. The flight was nice and just over 2 hours so I read some Sherlock Holmes and Amanda edited ...
... starting to get a little high for me now.
In the morning though, we have to leave, wishing we had another week to spend in Texas. But we’re not done with our favourite state just yet. Not far west of Austin is a lovely natural wonder, the Hamilton Pool. Unfortunately, it’s closed for swimming due to high bacteria levels, but we have a picnic lunch and take a few photos of the overhanging rocks. We meet an older couple from Houston out examining ...
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