Residence Inn Austin North/Parmer Lane
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... 0, 0); font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">I was told that it rains every day in Portland and the surrounding areas. It only rained on us for 30 minutes when we landed in Portland and drove to the hotel. After that the only moisture was from the Falls in the gorge and fog on the coast. Yea!
... ramp to I-75 with a thumb out, and a smile on my face. I had a pretty big load with a full camping backpack and a school bag with me... Everything I own. As the cars drove by I stood there and sang gang of rhythm by walk off the earth. " I got this old guitar, the strings are rusty but it's all I need" I'd never hitched in florida, so I wasn't sure exactly what to expect. I had a pretty simple route to take but nearly 1,500 miles ahead of me, and I couldn't help ...
... This time I will wait until 9:30ish before I leave the motel. Probably go to Stubb's again. Hey I'm on my own and I like the place. Not in the Face, Kay Leotard and The Sweet Nothin' are there tonight. You might think they would start early because there are three acts....don't count on it.
Wow that was awesome. The Sweet Nothin' was very tight and just rocked. I really enjoyed their ...
... we only spent about $40 on stuff for dinner and carried it down to the South Congress Ave bridge for sunset.
About ten minutes after the sun sets, there is a flurry of activity under the bridge, as 1.5 million bats take flight and head off in the search of their nightly feed. Although the bats are still small and grey this time of year, it was quite the spectacle to behold, as they wove a trail of black across the darkening sky. You could hear their wings ...
After a home-style dinner at Threadgill's, we hung out for a bit with our friend Stevie Ray Vaughan (well, a statue of him) at the riverfront park, and then relaxed on top of the Congress Avenue Bridge, waiting for the millions of bats to emerge from under the bridge at dusk. Alas, they never flew out en masse, but we did see hundreds of them circling under the bridge, which was pretty cool by itself.
After having a great time in Austin, Our next stop ...