La Quinta Inn & Suites Round Rock South
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Arriving half hour before closure gave me a half price entry to the Bullock Texas State History Museum. While much of it was historically interesting, I was most impressed by the temporary exhibits about the La Belle ship and the WASP program. The La Belle ship and artifacts were on display, having been excavated by archeologists who found it in 1995, centuries after it originally disappeared and sunk in ...
... roll, which confuses people, me at least, plus they didn't dress like the music sounded. They resembled uncomfortable accountants playing Texas two step round a water cooler. But, hey, they got my $10 and chances of Jimmy being at SXSW before me are pretty likely. More power to them.
August is peak season for uncomfortable accountants playing Texas two step round a water cooler. It's also peak season for bats (did I mention the bats?). On our last full night ...
... as the ribs and the fatty meat disintigrated as it hit your tongue. It is hard to completely descirbe how good it was but as Dave put it, as soon as the first bite was taken the two hour wait completely vanished from our minds, and we would happily wait that long any time.
After Franklin’s we left our rental and headed out to McKinney Falls State Park where we would be camping for the next few nights. Dave and Sam accompanied us and got to ...
... grace in the midst of the struggle to survive.
The ride down across Eastern Texas to Austin is fun. I had done it a year ago. Once you come free of the southern pine forests in the East, it becomes rolling cattle and crop country -- and looks a lot like Uruguay. The feel was the same -- the watering ponds, the livestock markets, the rolling fields and rounded bales. I started to check off the differences: oaks and sycamores ...
... the Shawes. The kids
loved seeing them and it was just so fun hanging out and catching up.
That night we went to the Shady Grove for Alex's birthday dinner. The
Hamiltons and Miggins joined us along with some of Al's friends from law
school. The Shady Grove was great the second time around. It was
great to be with the Shawes, Miggins and Hamiltons. We could have
stayed all night. After a lengthy dinner that flew by, we went ...