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... bats flew from under the bridge. After about a half hour under the bridge we made our way back up the river and back to the dock. We got some good, changed our clothes, and went out to East 6th street in Austin which is known as the party central. While it seemed like it would be a lot of fun with people in the streets partying, we would go into bars looking to have fun and people were just standing around awkwardly. In the end, the bars closed at 2 ...
... we had to resort to left overs from last night. The food was ok but the setting less so. A disused open land which might have housed houses in the past. No park eg. Anyway no sun so pretty chilly so we ate our left overs quickly and headed back to the freeway to New Orleans. The traffic was fast and we were parked close to our hotel by 5.30 which was a lot earlier than i had anticipated. We are staying at a Hilton hotel (prices reduced due to holidays and no ...
... heading down to Dirty 6th. Piled 5 into the 4runner and headed south. Side note: Chupacabra sighted on the way. As we were walking toward W 6th and gazing at the skyrises, Trevor stops..spreads his arms towards the immense sky and trumpets:
"SO THIS IS THE UNITED STATES!"
Most of us were crying and wheezing for breath.
The Ranch, Shakespeare's, dance-offs, and silly acquaintances.
Began the morning with a run at Lady Bird Lake. I ...
... in 3rd grade Mrs. Heegan showed us pictures of it in a slideshow. Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at ONE TIME. When we got to Edwards, we put our bags down and went to the Blakslees house for dinner. The Blakslees are the family that my Uncle Tony lived with for 8 years while he was teaching out here. They have three daughters, Annie is 15, Emma is 12, and Molly is 9. We had so much fun. We went on a hike one day, but mostly we just played at their house ...
... headed toward Austin to check out the "Texas stronghold of the Democratic Party." No offense intended to my less-progressive friends intended.
The road to Austin peals off from I-10 onto another four lane highway, US 290. It's not an Interstate, but very nice road nonetheless. We had intended to stop at Fredricksburg, a German town enroute, but it offered only angle parking, which is difficult for a fifty plus foot rig. Lots of ...
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