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... we had tasted amazing. It was much more of a classic BBQ place in comparison to the places in Cleveland and St. Louis and they just threw a lot of food on a plate and let you enjoy. We all got different cuts of brisket and sausage and a pork rib. After stuffing our faces we did the most Texas thing possible, we went to a gun range. We got a few pistols, a rifle and some targets and spent about 2 hours pretending we were in Call of Duty. At ...
... condescendingly at us each time we passed it on the way to our room.
Kasia did some Google research and discovered a popular Mexican restaurant had a location at the airport so we bundled up and headed over to enjoy some tacos, enchiladas and the largest margarita one could ever hope to consume.
Afterwards we layed in bed wathing bad television (which is about 99% of everything on television) before falling ...
... unique bar or pub. Then I walked to Waterloo Records. Very neat place with tons of local artists on display. I will be going back. When I walking around I could smell BBQ. Yum.
Not sure yet where I'm going to eat or who to see.........
Well I wanted to try Mexican down here so I ended up at El Sol Y la Luna. Look OK and entertainment started at 7....Not. Elli Perry started at 7:50 and there were very few folks in the joint.
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... left the next morning to go to Dallas. In Dallas we stayed with the Ggolias for just one night, but it was great. We played in the yard, another family came over, and we slept really soundly. The Ggolias are just such great people. This morning Dad actually left ( yes, again ) to go to Lexington this time for his college reunion. However, we are in Austin, my hometown, now, so we are PSYCHED. 10 days here will fly by, then like 1.5 weeks till home!!!
Today, due to Lynn's "conference call," we got a later start from Balmorhea. It stayed cold for our entire time there, so we're hoping for more temperate weather. One thing that you'll notice on I-10 in Texas...there aren't many curves in the road. When I do see one ahead on the GPS/Phone, I'll admit that I get a little excited.
We had a tailwind, or as I like to call it, a "North Dakota Supercharger." It's quiet and does improve our ...