InTown Suites Austin
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The ranch is run by the NP system (675 acres of it). It includes the Air Force One jet that LBJ used and the house that they lived in when in Austin (LBJ had visited there often as a child when his grandparents owned the ranch). He later purchased it and turned it into (and it still is) a working ranch. The whole property is around 2500 acres. Both LBJ and Lady Bird are buried there in the family plot. It's easy to see why he ...
... with the guys back at Buffalo Billiards for another round of shuffle board, Thommo and Dunga wanted a rematch after the new comers beat them last night. We got ready and jumped on the 7 bus into town getting to East 6th street at about 2.30pm. We spent the entire afternoon drinking beers and playing shuffle board again. The guys didn't have any luck as Bobbie and I won 5 games straight. Later in the afternoon chips and PM showed up and joined ...
... mozied over to TGI Friday's. Decided on an early afternoon libation. A little email checking (hey, everybody, remember....I am already missing everyone, so email me!). And, thought I'd start this little blog. Still have 3 hours until I leave here, but now I'm sitting in the Delta Sky Club. Boring! But, comfy chairs.
Plan on some serious sleeping on that plane. Hope it happens.
... the 18 wheelers were not in evidence as they are on I-10. Traffic for the most part was light and we made good time.
Saw wild turkeys, deer and armadillos on this journey. What a treat! Of course as it got dark, we began to worry about keeping a deer from running out and ruining our whole day! Honked the horn ...