Hampton Inn Austin North @I-35 & Higway 183)
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My favorite part of hippie hollow was the wildlife. As you wade in the water, guppies will come nip your toes-like a southeast asia-syle street pedicure booth! If you wait longer, the larger fish come around: the most impressive of which were the 2-foot catfish that lurked just inches from our feet in knee-deep water!
All in all the trip was fabulous. ...
... with my awesome gal pal, Anna Banana. I also am going to be heading down to San Antonio to visit family and friends that I have there and exploring that area. So much to do so little time....maybe I'll extend my contract here so I have a little more time to play with all my awesome new Austin homies!!!
What else did I miss? I think that's pretty much it for now. I promise my next post will be sooner rather than later.
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... Greenbelt in the middle of the city with parks, the Colorado river, trails and a huge 3 acre quasi-natural pool. I was so inspired by all the people running and walking along the trails, I went to buy running shoes and went running in the park the next morningI
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... and started weeping: "I can't find anything, I don't have enough socks, I can't go on this trip…" He was admittedly a little tired from his sleep-over the night before. But with a little help from Mommy, we were able to get him squared away as well.
Our flight is scheduled to depart on Saturday at 3:15pm, and we have a van picking us up from the house at 1pm. I think we're ready to go…! Let the fun begin. :-)
A number of things happen as you age. One is that hair sprouts up on parts of your body which make you say something along the lines of "Hey... I didn't know hair could grow there." Followed by "How the heck do I shave that?" Another is that the list of things that embarrass you gets smaller each year. An obvious upside to this phenomena is that telling certain stories can make others feel awkward enough to clear out of a room and you get to use attrition to ...