Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin South
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... this river. As much as I wanted to see the ranch, I don't go backwards....only forwards....unless I forget my wallet or manbag.... Anyway, I stopped in Johnson City TX, which contained the LBJ National Historic Park. This includes his boyhood home; the Johnson settlement; and the Visitor Center.
I was surprised that the Visitor Center had a very nice timeline of LBJ's life and ...
... second deck. We watched that for a little while and then got into the car to drive the almost 4 hours down to Austin.
We got to Austin a little too late to go out the first night but since none of us had showered since St. Louis we all were ok with just using the night to recharge. We slept in a little and then we went to a BBQ restaurant about 20 miles outside of the center of Austin called The Salt Lick. It is a classic Open Pit BBQ ...
... the hell they were talking about here as it certainly wasn't apparent where or what was weird about Austin. Anyway we were hopeful that the duck tour would enlighten us. We then approached the awaiting bus and were accosted by a Willie Nelson look-a-like, who turned out to be our bus driver and guide.
I reckon this bloke had a fascination for Willie Nelson and Stevie Ray Vaughan because he kept talking about them both for the whole trip. That aside, ...
... and it was full of fun.
In the end, I'm so happy that I was able to complete my journey this year, without breaking anything (on my body). I lost a thing or two along the way, but it's not surprising considering the number of hotels that I stayed in, dragging my stuff in and out and around. Nothing important though.
Today was ...
... years, too many doctors were stiff and impersonal. Not so with my doc. And I have a personality which compels me to test the boundaries of others' senses of humor. I won't argue if you want to label this trait as a character flaw.
My visit began the usual way -- I sat in the exam room waiting for the doc. He hurries in apologizing for the delay, sits right down and begins reviewing my medical record. Asks how things are going. Asks about my home ...