Embassy Suites Hotel Austin Central
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... minutes at the beach! It was nice and warm which was a welcome change from NY’s freezing weather. I attended some interesting lectures and had some very valuable one-on-one meetings with established small business owners. Whilst I was there I had to continue dealing with house searching and getting contracts signed and scanned. One of our offers was accepted so after arriving at about 8am on Monday morning I had to get up early again to fly t Detroit on Tuesday morning, ...
... we left the city, my car began to overheat. Apparently the stop and go traffic along with the oppressive heat was too much for the beamer. Got it checked out: the fan is just moving a little slowly, but everything is ok particularly if I keep the speed up so wind pushes more circulating air over the engine. Still, not the best news to get as we continue into the desert.
Next stop: an overnight drive to El Paso!
... exposing a negative directly onto photographic paper and they provide a quality black and white photographic record of history in the making. They can be enlarged somewhat without losing image quality.
In 1916 Arthur B. Cross and Edward L. Dimmitt formed a partnership to sell real photo postcards of the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood, ...
... suffering a major flooding of their campground 2 weeks prior. The narrow river that runs through the park had risen 48 feet!! It damaged their visitor center, picnicking sites and took a whole lot of trees down with it. The ranger said that it was the worst flooding the park had ever experienced.
Check this video of the park flooding: http://youtu.be/Q3ZNtlBYP3o
... Phoenix and rent a minivan (yes, I said it - a minivan!). Then we will drive to Sedona, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Diego, and then all the way up the Pacific Coast highway and beyond to Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver. Finally, we will drive back down to Seattle and fly back home to Austin. Along the way, we plan on visiting friends and as many National Parks as we can stomach. I have never been to the Grand Canyon, or the Red ...