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T'was the night before Christmas...and I sat on the runway. If we're really dotting our i's and crossing t's, I'm still sitting in the boarding area, taking in the people I'll be sharing my Christmas with. It's a huge plane but a pretty small crowd so far. I guess there's not more than a few crazies that want to spend Christmas morning flying over the Atlantic.
Of course, the most important part of this trip has everything to do with my ...
... Alberta re a high paying massage job working with the mining camps. She was after 6 girls, so very pleased to hear there as 2 of us. We organised a skype interview for Monday. Our last night in Austin we went to dinner with Kim at a restaurant that use to be a petrol station. So many alternative places around Austin that are really funky. We left Kim some chocolates that morning and hit the ...
... Drove to a park and admired a Christmas tree creation before heading home for a Christmas dinner extra ordinaire. A real smörgåsbord and as usual a day lime this one i ate too much. A bit of an incident when Andreas tried to help me fix the camera which seemed out of focus and instead succeeded in formatting the card so that all photos seemed lost. He spent an hour in total concentration working on his laptop to restore ...
Lafayette to Austin was a massive drive! The second longest of the whole trip. We left at maybe 9am and got to Austin around 4pm. A few of us - maybe 10 - went down to a restaurant Jenee suggested - her friend works there - for cocktails and dinner. I was hanging out with Georgina (G, George) from Tassie (also a 'newbie' on the tour) and we shared some delicious mussels! And a few cocktails. And got to know a few of the other passengers. Most are Aussie with a few from England and ...
... visiting a Presidential Library and it was a very good one.
Johnson's presidency covered a very tumultuous period of history and maybe that's what made the visit so interesting to us. No matter your politics you can't help being drawn to LBJ's personality. I was impressed with his apparent physical presence and how he seemed to use his body to be ...