Oakwood At Austin
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... area for that age group. One of my favorite things about Austin was that all of the restaurants were really quirky and had a lot of thought put into them. They all had their own little themes and the decor was spot on. I just thought it was really cool.
We went down to the Congress Avenue Bridge around 8:30pm to watch all of the bats fly out from underneath to feed. It was really hard to spot on camera, but it was really cool to watch ...
... crosswinds for good measure. After turning inland and leaving the coast at Galveston, the open flat grasslands gave way to rolling hills. There's mountains to the west where we are headed, so the scenery should improve. We spent last night walking the main drag of Austin (6th Street) which has loads of restaurants and music pubs...some good bands here. Austin is definitely worth a visit if you're ...
... 2 and 1. The object is to get your puck the closest to the end of the table and your score is either 4,3,2 or 1 depending on where the puck lands. You can knock pucks out of the way or set up blocks if your in a good position, but if your puck goes off the end of the table or the sides into the gutter it's out. Bobbie and I played Duncan and Thommo and after a short warm up game, we ended up winning a best of 3 series. It was heaps of fun, Bobbie ended ...
... buildings on the north side of the lake between 35 and Congress.
I ran by the Radisson where Kara and I stayed on her first trip to
Austin for the Irons wedding. This was a huge event as I was deciding
between Maryland and Texas for business school and Kara's feel on Austin
would decide where we ended up. On that weekend Kara had also had an
informational interview with Lucy Nazro at St. Andrew's Episcopal
School. That interview led to ...
... recommended seeing a guy who specializes in hip replacements, so off we went to this other doctor after Kathy got an MRI of her knee. We arrived for the appointment and Kathy had more x-rays of her hip taken. After that, a Physician Assistant (PA) came in to talk. The first thing he said upon entering the room was, "I don't know how you're walking. Your hip is terrible." He did some flexion and extension testing with her leg and said he ...