Hilton Garden Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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... so we had to make a stop. I had not had a dose of "monster-style" yet, so I ordered a double-double and promptly shoved it in my mouth! Mission accomplished. Post-burger, we headed south, made a quick pit stop at Jesse James' custom car shop and then continued east towards Houston. This was all for Zach, since he drooled at the sight of chopped up cars. On the way to Houston, and on the recommendation of my classmate Tacy, we made a pit stop at Buc-ees. ...
The Columbia River Gorge is 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep. It cuts the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountains. The construction of the Columbia River Highway began in 1913 and was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the modern age. Samuel C. Lancaster was the engineer, and he did not want to destroy the grandeur of the gorge. ...
... the major parts across with me).
The late afternoon activity was once again down at the park kicking the footy. Sam is after a bit of practice before he tries out with the Austin Crows this weekend.
Down to the Top Golf complex tonight for dinner and a round of "Top Golf". This is a great fun place where you play competitively on a golf driving range that is automated and electronically scores each of your hits. ...
... bars) and then watching the bats fly out from the Congress Ave Bridge at sunset.
The next day we had to ourselves as Spencer had to work so we decided to go paddle boarding and shopping on Congress Ave. To end the day we had dinner at the new Brick House down the road from Spencer's.
We loved Austin and felt it would be a great place to live if you were in the ...
... 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? ...