Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum
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... 000 and 1,500,000 bats fly out from under the Congress Avenue bridge where at night they left their roosts in search of food. The nightly ritual can happen anytime between half an hour before and half an hour after sunset according to the official website, however after waiting until well after 8pm when the sun had officially gone down at 7.10pm, we concluded that since bats don't have watches, there is no way to predict when they will come out. When they did it was ...
... I decided to add Durango, Colorado to my list of places I've been to. Upon arriving...the first thing I decided to do was head to Trimble Hot Springs for a soak and shower!! Met an awesome gal, Deb, who was in Kauai the same time as I was...small world! After checking out the city...I landed at a KOA to camp in the 30-40 degree weathefor the night. The next morning...small world...I met two amazing ladies, Christine and Whitney, from....BOISE!!! Super small ...
1. P.F. Changs!!!!
2. Tarka Indian Kitchen (I crave the spice)
3. Tres Amigos
5. Anywhere with horses
6. Baked potatoes
7. Cookie cake
8. a long, hot shower
9. Walking without looking behind me
10. Drive ...
... act like clowns - that's tradition, eat good grub and spend lots of time in the water staying cool. The boys also made some new friends and loved exploring Jon's and Fin's wonderful yard. All in all it was just a great time seeing the old crew. The only problem was, like everything in life, is that it wasn't long enough - although Jon and Fin may have a different perspective on that.
... wide at its widest, 4 miles wide at its shortest, and a mile deep on average. That's three Empire State Buildings deep. We also did the Junior Ranger Program, which was great. As part of the requirement, we went to a few Ranger Programs, they were all just great. We went to the Fossil Walk, the GeoGlimpse, and the Condor Talk. They were all fantastic. Just incredible. The Fossil Walk was all about the fossils to be found in the park. The ranger, Erin, showed ...