Mountain Star Lodge and Hotel
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... early French colonists were attempting to settle. I also learned that there were about a thousand Women Aviation Service Pilots (WASP) during WWII - sadly, although they were the first women to fly American military aircraft, they were given the dishonour of having to pay for their own journeys home at the conclusion of the war. My favourite permanent exhibit featured the Texas Centennial Exposition in 1936.
Next I visited ...
... 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 ...
... faves) and then returned home. Once we arrived back the bourbon tasting began. Ryan and Christina are big bourbon collectors, unfortunately Kaitlyn and I are not big bourbon drinkers. They offered us numerous samples, we tried a few but the quality was really lost on me. I greatly appreciated their willingness to let me try them, just not for me.
Our last day in Austin began with a slightly hungover stop at Paco’s Tacos. After discussing tacos ...
Today we flew from Fort Lauderdale International Airport to Austin Texas. Our flight was with the carrier, Jet Blue, who were a good option. Unlike other airlines in the states, Jet Blue allows one complimentary bag (we have payed $50 for each bag on other airlines here). We also had snacks and drinks complimentary on the flight. The scenery over Florida ...
... and Kara ultimately getting her
masters. The weekend led to us moving to Austin and subsequently
running more, falling in love with Run-Tex and deciding on running
specialty as a career. Austin was a major deal for us. The loop around
Town Lake was perfect and as is customary I had to return home by Joe's
coffee shop. The shop is more like a stand that is on the street with
great outdoor seating. Kara and I started everyday the same ...