Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - 6th St.
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... to board and got to watch all the other people getting on board. The only downside to this flight was we were not able to get our seats beforehand and so were the window and middle seat and so had to disturb the aisle person several times to go to the bathroom. This is another thing that Robert does is get our seat assignments when possible. We go for two aisle seats across from each other or the middle and aisle seat so we can get up ...
We rolled in to Austin early evening and set up camp while Kaitlin picked up our brisket dinner, which was absolutely delicious! BBQ brisket with coleslaw, bread and salad...Texas style! After dinner we headed in to town to watch the largest suburban colony of Mexican free tail bats fly out for the night. I was hoping that they would head over to our camp to feast on the Mosquitos over there as I was starting to look like a dot to ...
... Antonio friends and family and made the 3.5 hour drive east to Houston. I spent the day exploring Houston's biggest park, I saw a house made up of beer cans (see pictures), and saw a giant waterwall....no not a waterfall...a waterwall (see pictures). That afternoon I checked into a Houston hostel. For those of you that don't know, a hostel is like a dorm style hotel. You share a bedroom with up to 7 others and share a bathroom as well. It is a great way to meet ...
Back at the campground, I tested out my new, replacement, anti-gravity chair. It seemed to work every bit as well as the one I had replaced. It naps well.
Later, as it quieted down a bit, I spotted a large hawk-like bird close to the coach. It looks like a large hawk to me, but is a variety with which I'm not familiar. I got a couple of good shots, so have at it... Make your guess.
We'll work on our reservations ...
... suffered 3 flat tyres in 25 miles which left us in the middle of two towns with no more tyres and no chance of walking anywhere, hitch hike was our only option!! West texas has just beaten me to mercy with its tyre popping and gaps in towns! Carl stayed flat free, ******. So two young English boys in Lycra sweating under the heat stood on the side of the road brought Evan a ex military dr to stop and pick us up! He took us to Lubbock the big college town 50 miles ...