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... town and decided we would change and walk down by the river, and then wander around downtown. The river was beautiful, and they had a pretty crowded bike/running trail. We then turned around and went downtown to Sixth Street, which used to be Pecan street back in the days of the Wild West. It was really vibrant and bustling. All of the, let's be honest it's just bars, had fun signs on the buildings and on the streets trying to bring people in. ...
... as the easter bunny placing eggs around the place and two guys forming the biggest spontaneous crowd you will ever see, purely because they were squaring up to each other. Camera phones were everywhere. The police arrived extremely late but it had already turned into a damp squib of a confrontation. Much to the dismay of the waiting crowd. Maybe they don't get any fights in Austin on the weekend, I dunno. Either way, another interesting experience. So...Vegas anyone?
... table tennis, darts, air hockey, foozeball, arcade games and the game we ended up playing all night shuffle board. Thommo and dunga (Duncan) arrived a bit after 10pm, chips and PM had decided to head back to their hotel so it was only Bobbie, Thommo, myself and Dunga. Duncan has been solo holidaying in the USA for the last couple months and had joined up with the 3 guys (Thommo, chips and PM) after they left us in San Diego and met Duncan in Florida to ...
... but squashed our plans to go out for dinner. Our house in
Austin was across from Fulmore Middle School and it was purple. It
reminded us a lot of our first house. There seemed to be many more ants
and it had one of those 2 in 1 washer and dryers which drives Kara
crazy. We were doing laundry 24.7 and air drying everything. Due to
the conditions of the purple SoCo house we did a lot less cooking than
we would have liked but this is ...
... itself as knee pain, even though it's a problem isolated to your hip.
Oh. I guess you've got the big brain now, Doctor Bone Man.
So I shut up and waited until Kathy was finished with a round of x-rays. The doctor returned with the films and slapped them up on a light box on the wall. You don't have to know anything about x-ray imagery, orthopedics or the human skeleton to see what he pointed out. "You need a new hip," he ...