Red Roof Inn Austin - Round Rock
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... process was pretty standard stuff. Maybe it was because we weren't kids trying to take an animal, or maybe it was because we look so darn honest, but the counselor didn't scrutinize anything and as soon as we wrote the check, she gave Kathy the spiel and off we went.
So now begins the tenuous process of getting all the animals acquainted. Should be interesting for the next few days here in the now slightly larger Coyle ...
... but indeed it was a steep one, which we had been warned about. Really, it’s not hard. Sierra and Lindsay, don’t be discouraged from climbing to the Y. It is well worth it.
The Y was first painted on the mountain in the early 1900s, 1906 to be exact, by BYU students. The history is pretty funny actually, especially considering it is the peace-loving Mormons that did this. Apparently in 1906, the class of ...
... to flow as we would see the last of Texas for this time.
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Miles Traveled: 408 miles
Gas consumed: 1 1/2 tanks of gas
Time traveled: 8 ...
... Street (the street where all the action is). In the searing heat, we joined some of the other 300,000 people who are expected to attend the Pecan Street Festival. This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the festival and we were proud to be part of that history.
Austin is famous for its 'Keep It Weird" slogan, and locals strive to keep Austin weird. Let us say they didn't disappoint.
Austin is definitely a very fun, quirky place to hang out. ...
... started to flutter. Not only has the world changed, but my personal life has had so many changes. Would my husband mind me going across the world to Africa? Would he want to come with me?
The answer to the first question took some work to get to a "No." And the second question . . . well, Charles is making his first venture to Africa!
We’ll be making our trek with about ...
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