Red Roof PLUS+ Austin - South
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Deanne and I took a stroll down to S Congress Street Bridge where the bats hang out...or under. Just before sunset we parked ourselves on the grassy knoll beside the river and took note of any possible bat snipers. The crowds were beginning to swell, entrepreneurs selling ice cream, water and bat cowls, children playing ball games without a bat, people singing bat songs:
"Bats the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it...."
"...and the bats in the cradle ...
... we needed. It was the ideal house we would be looking for if we were able to afford such a thing in Austin. Kaitlyn and I unloaded the car, took some showers and got all gussied up for their arrival. After picking them up from the airport the first thing on everyone’s to do list was eat. Since it was Texas our first choice was BBQ. I had done some extensive research on the subject and determined that John Mueller’s BBQ was a must. Much ...
... heartbreaking and overwhelming.
Clare got the first score and it was all off to a great start. Still holding the lead at half time we were starting to grow confident it could be done. And then Cork went ahead in the last minute and we just couldn't believe it - after 70minutes of fantastic play it was all over. Heartbreaking was not the word for it. But for what was probably the first time in the whole game the ref seemed to side with Clare and O'Donavan seized ...
... the Shawes. The kids
loved seeing them and it was just so fun hanging out and catching up.
That night we went to the Shady Grove for Alex's birthday dinner. The
Hamiltons and Miggins joined us along with some of Al's friends from law
school. The Shady Grove was great the second time around. It was
great to be with the Shawes, Miggins and Hamiltons. We could have
stayed all night. After a lengthy dinner that flew by, we went ...
... talkative and groggy as you'd expect after general anesthesia and an operation like she had.
So I told her what Dr. Heinrich told me and she was surprised to hear just how bad things had gotten. As we spoke, her nurse got her hooked up to her blood pressure cuff, pain medication pump, O2 monitor, oxygen, little foot pumpy things that keep circulation going and asking her questions and giving out some instructions.