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... all bounds. All I wanted was sleep...to sleep and sleep...and sleep and sleep and sleep....
I thought Nawlins was hard to beat as a cool city, but Austin is a very strong contender. One aspect I particularly dug was Zilker Park which was just up the road from our RV Park. The park was used well by the locals with a gazillion runners, walkers and cyclists beating the bike lanes and pathways all day every day. The river running through ...
... down to what will be forever remembered as one of the best meals I have ever shoveled in to my face. The ribs were tender with a pinky size pink ring of smoke. The meat was so perfectly cooked that it did not fall off the bone but hung on until your mouth gently nuzzled it away. For how absolutely delectible the ribs were, the brisket stole the show. The above butter description was spot on. The outside crust was perfectly peppery with the same quality ...
... 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 ...
... made us all want to go back to Uni! After the tour we headed to Barton Springs which is a public swimming pool, but the water comes from a natural spring. As a result, it is very cold, and there are rocks, kelp and fish swimming around too. Very refreshing. Dinner was at a BBQ joint which had its own brewery on site, so we sampled some of the local stuff and ate some tender brisket! Yum! Back to camp and bed ...
... let out a good laugh at this one. "No," he replied while still laughing, "no. Nothing like that."
"Hm," I said looking disappointed. "You'd think that--"
"I know," he interrupted. "In this day and age of medical science..."
"Right? That's what I'm saying!"
"I'm afraid not. It's just the new hip."
We shook hands and I said, "We'll just have to settle for that, then, I guess."
The doc ...