Hilton Garden Inn Austin North
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... hiking around the Delicate Arch, and camped at Big Bend along side the river. I have to say that Moab was gorgeous...but the couple days I was there the weather was cooler and rainy. Didn't end up mountain biking like I had wanted to and was pretty much done and wanting to move on by the second day. Definitely will be adding it to my list of places to go back with friends. After cutting my time short in Moab, I decided to just start driving...well after a ...
... with rye!) it may be my most favorite cocktail to date.
Kasia and Allie headed to bed once we arrived back to the house, and the rest of us sat up discussing sex (which is usually the topic we all seem to gravitate to) until calling it a night around 1:30am. I was really expecting (and hoping) to have many more Breakfast Club-type-moments like these, but sadly this was the only real moment we spent talking like this.
... Not to mention that Caroline wasn't too excited about using a tiny shower or emptying a portable septic tank. So instead, we opted to drive a regular sized car, and stay at hotels, campgrounds, and rent a few homes along the way using HomeAway.com. We were going to drive all the way to California from Austin, and then realized how many miles of "nothingness" there was between here and El Paso.
So we finally settled on ...
... finger. Yeah, you know what happened next. "Turn around and bend over," he said.
"Ah," I replied, "now comes the ol' finger puppet routine." He snorted out a laugh, rolled over to me on his wheelie stool, grabbed my left butt cheek, pulled it aside and in the least romantic way imaginable, caused some flash backs of my prison days.
When he was done, he simply said, "Nice and smooth." Hear that, people? I have a nice smooth colon. Jealous? ...
... 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 ...