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... country. By the time we drove down the winding roads and looked at the surprisingly green nature of Texas, we came to the swimming hole. Unfortunately, we needed cash, which we did not have. After driving up and down the same road multiple times, stopping at a hiking center, a winery, and a CVS, we reached the natural pool just in time to be cleared out for some EMTs to come in and help someone who had injured themselves. YAY!
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... weird' and I'd been told that there was live music every night. Additionally, the hostel was designed with local artistry which was just insanely cool. Although, my one gripe here about the hostel, other than the shower that was both too small and felt like someone spitting on you, was the ******* monkey flossing at the foot in my bed. What was with that? It was one of the creepiest things I've ever seen and I had to wake up to it every day for four ...
... business and requires that you have a natural beard to get certified. I discovered that being Santa professionally is lucrative, too. Rookie Santas can earn $10,000 their first season, and experienced vets can make 15 to 20 grand. So Google and YouTube, here I come, and a few searches later I was taking an impromptu crash course in becoming St. Nick. I found some helpful videos, like the ones in this series: