Lakeway Resort and Spa
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... 0, 0); font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">I was told that it rains every day in Portland and the surrounding areas. It only rained on us for 30 minutes when we landed in Portland and drove to the hotel. After that the only moisture was from the Falls in the gorge and fog on the coast. Yea!
... a bit overwhelmed. A guy walked up to me with a sign " I-10" and told me he had been waiting multiple days for a ride. Damn!!!! I didn't want to do that. I hoped I looked alot more friendly then this 40 year old guy who needed a ride after getting out of jail for petty theft. Luckily for me he left to go ask people at the truck stops for a ride. Leaving me the on ramp. 3 hours after I got there a ride came in the form of a 70s short bus driven by a ...
... Not in the Face was OK. Kay Leotard was somewhere I'm not able to go. Glad I went thou. To be honest it would be way better to be there with someone else to share.
Still I will never forget my time in Austin. Nor will my furry companion Doug.
Found out that Jason Isbell is going to be at Waterloo Records Sunday at 5pm. Not sure if I'll come back to Austin or not.
Till next time.
... under the trees before we have to get back on the road, vowing to come back and give Texas a better look next time.
Trip anthem: Glass Shatters by Disturbed… it’s the Stone Cold Steve Austin theme song … Blair’s idea.
Wildlife sightings: A hummingbird, 1.5 million bats, and a bobcat
Rating out of 10: 9
In a word/phrase: Refreshing
Something interesting: Luckenbach’s town motto … Everybody’s somebody in ...
... drive, I arrived in Austin. I booked a room with a balcony overlooking Lady Bird Lake, which looks like a river, but is actually a reservoir on the Colorado river, created in 1960. The view was great. Had a birds eye view of the Congress Bridge, which was built in the 70's and became home to over a million bats! Apparently around sunset, the bats leave their home, en mass, in search of food. This is now a huge tourist attraction.
When I arrived at the hotel, ...