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Okay, I know I skipped yesterday, but once you read this you will understand why. We left Weatherford yesterday morning about 9:30 and proceeded west before we could turn south. We decided to take 281South instead of dealing with I-35, but first we had to go west on I-20 for about five miles. If you remember, Sat night dinner was catered by an outfit called Natty Flats BBQ so after turning south on 281, we ...
... bats fly out from under a bridge at sunset - nice swim in the pool Lowlights: - breakfast ending at 9am requiring early wake up - having to drive 30 minutes into San Antonio due to staying so far out of town - not going to Barton Springs swimming hole due to girls being hot and tired - being given wrong directions (several times) for a bike rental, causing Chandler to walk a ...
... operation. And I started geeking out on hip replacement procedures.
We got home and I went to YouTube. I watched a few OR videos on hip replacements, so naturally I felt pretty confident that armed with some tools from the garage, a bottle of whiskey and the kitchen counter, I could do what this other clown could. And after informing Kathy of this, she actually insisted on allowing the total stranger she met only an hour prior to ...
... ran up to the bus stop across the road where we waited 15 minutes or so before hopping on a bus back Downtown. From there we rode another bus out to the hostel. We stopped off at a Mexican joint for some dinner, Taquerias Arandinas. Kelsey ate a gigantic taco salad with refried beans, and I had the most enormous plate of nachos I'd ever seen. We also had a couple of Diet Cokes, and the meal only cost us $16! Brilliant. We made a ...
... What river?" even though there's only one river running through the city, the Colorado River -- not to be mistaken from the other Colorado River in my Home State that carves out the Grand Canyon and empties into the Gulf of California...if it does any more due to the drought. I wonder which city came up first with the slogan "Keep (Austin/Portland) Weird"? Anyway, for about $11 you get two pounds of spice-rubbed meat, briskets to be exact with ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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