HYATT House Austin / Arboretum
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- Swimming pool
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... in 2010 from his days at UT Austin in the late 60s-1972.
The visit took a LONG and windy, up and downhill drive but was well worth all of the effort. We were three of about 17 people on the shore/in the water. Most people were at least topless, but going nud was of course optional. We've enjoyed going on these off beat adventures so far and even got the chance to talk to a couple (probably 60-something year ...
... They did go to Oregon, and the undivided back postcards tucked into the box hint at the scenes they must have witnessed!
Most of the postcards in the box were Cross & Dimmitt cards. There are three categories of traditional postcards--real photo, lithographed, and special cards. "Real photo", a term referring only to postcards, are ...
... with lines in front of them, campground sold out. We parked the motor home at a mall on the outskirts of the city, took our bikes and hopped on a city bus that took us downtown. There was a University of Texas football game so we rode around the campus-the stadium holds 119,000! The outfit of choice for the female students was cowboy boots and short shorts/skirts....for ...
... barbecue at La Barbecue with Spencer and one of Brett's friends from college, Ben and his wife Erin. The meal was unbelievably delicious and huge, and we were also pleasantly surprised by the free beers.
The afternoon was then spent having a few beers overlooking the manmade lake pool, checking out the Rainey St bars (a street where all the houses were converted ...
... world, looking at this mountain and seeing 4 60 ft. tall faces. Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, and Jefferson, carved into a mountain because Washington represents the birth of the nation, Jefferson is expansion, Lincoln is preservation, and Roosevelt is expansion. Pretty cool. We did the Junior Ranger Program there too.
From Rushmore we drove the same day to the Badlands. That is an incredible national. I wasn't as fond if it as Big Sur, but ...