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After our 4 day road trip from Chicago to Durango, we slept in our own bed for 1 night and then off to Austin.
Had an awesome time in Austin with Erik, Hana and the kids. They have these incredible vocabularies for such small kids. Cracks me up! Martha got to go with us. At 92 she is still on the move. This picture shows 4 generations of the Lough family. ...
... the banks of the Sandy in 1805. At that time the river ran gritty with ash from the 1802 eruption of Mt. Hood.
There will be so much to discover! The Gorge has 16 plant species found nowhere else and over 150 rare plant species. The area is rich with animal life. This combined with historical monuments, waterfalls, incredible vistas! I can hardly wait!
... Jim wanted to keep riding our bikes around the campus that afternoon.
We rode downtown to the well known live music scene on 6th street in Austin. Most of the places are kinda seedy looking but all were packed with people of all ages and live music being performed throughout the day.
The campground we stayed at, McKinney Falls State Park, had just ...
food trucks everywhere in Austin. They come in all shapes and sizes
from 1960’s trailers to school buses. And they offer every type of food from
sandwiches to dosas to thai food to meals in a cone. It’s pretty ...
... our time playing at the fair, they took me to the river for a swim. The Comal River is also the place to float down in a tube. They didn't take me tubing this time as: (a) we had parked on the wrong side of the river; (b) we didn't have a lot of time; and (c) they weren't sure how baby friendly the tubes were. We all enjoyed the dip in the fresh cool water and while I was intrigued by the whole experience, I was not so excited by being dunked in the cooler water ...