Holiday Inn Austin-Town Lake
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... peas, potato salad, and baked okra on the side. She even hoped we had a blessed day. It was delicious! Washed it down with some sweet tea and we were back out on the highway heading towards the Texas border.
Our destination was Austin, but we weren't in a hurry so we hooked up the RV for one night in Beaumont. Didn't see much except the inside of the park, but that was all right. We slept in the same town where George Jones, Blind Willie Johnson and ...
... the Santa suit owned by the hotel had to be used for a second event that overlapped with one of the Teas, so we'd have to rent a suit for that day. She told me Ryan would be Santa for the annual children's party.
Ryan? Really? Ryan Harman was skinny. And gay. He was effeminate and spoke with a lisp. How in the world could he possibly pull off being Santa? I didn't openly question this, but it bothered me that someone would ask Ryan to be Santa. I wanted ...
... some time, but nowhere near the nine additional hours they were on the job. Just goes to show how good a crew can be.
The crew finished up at about 2:00 and I tipped each of them as a way to show our gratitude for doing such a great job. And to fast-forward a bit, after unpacking lots of the fragile items so far, we haven't found one broken item.
The next few days will be busy as Kathy and I unpack, settle in and get to work.