Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum - South
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... you know, you don't pick the boot, the boot picks you". Yeah, I have heard that before... in a MOVIE ! That wasn't very helpful. And I don't speak Boot.
After about 1 hour or so, I found a pair each for both Shilpa and I. At the checkout counter, I did tell the guy how cheesy that line sounded although it did have some truth.
The boots are on their way to Kirkland now. Let's see if they pick Shilpa.
... and playing like a lot of bands do. After the military tribute, they played "The Eyes of Texas" as a tribute to Darrell Royal. It was a very nice moment, and the Texas fans all held up the Hook 'em Horns hand signal while singing along. The band had a very clear tone, but this is a hard stadium to fill with sound. I would have liked a bit more volume. Rating - 9 of 10
Here's a link to the halftime ...
... The fact that he took the time to sit down and speak with us is incredible from the business perspective. This is the epitome of Austin's famous laid back lifestyle where everyone supports local or homegrown businesses. If it's not "local" the Austinites don't want it. Austin is a city that requires more than one visits. I'll certainly plan a return trip.
At the Sheraton overlooking the capital city of the Lone Star State
... the car and once again dropped Lynne and josh home before heading back into town to watch a gig, a band called Little Feat. The venue was pretty big, and crammed full of people although Joel maintained it was unusually quiet! The band were good though, and we stayed till the end before Joel took us to another bar for a quick drink before we went home! On the Saturday we literally stayed in all day and it was great! We watched the Olympics, tried to keep up with ...
... the trees, on the sidewalk, flying past my head, so fast that it was just a blur. A bossy whistle, nothing subtle there. A crow? Couldn't be a crow, the sound was wrong. Couldn’t be a crow, the color was wrong too. This bird shimmered purple-ish on its head, its eyes were yellow, not black-crow black.
It took an internet search for me to find the name: GRACKLE. Southeast Texas is full of grackles, and the ...