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Mostly just a travel day. Not a great day either. Ten km from the airport in Calgary a dually passes us and throws up a stone that chips our windshield. 1500 km of driving, including through construction and some dirt roads and this happens on a smooth highway 10 km from dropping the car off...
Then after landing and on our way to Austin to sleep I realise that although I managed to grab all the papers and garbage in the car the ...
... The following day we got up early and made our way to Austin city centre. We both instantly fell in love with Austin. It has one of the friendliest feels we have experienced yet. I don't think we were experiencing the real Texas as Austin is quite touristy and safer than a lot of the smaller towns / cities but it still has a cowboy theme throughout the city with themed bars and boots making the shape of signs on the outside. We saw a rodeo (I think it was a deer) ...
... the New Yorker.
The re-sorting exercise makes me look at the things that I’ve
decided can wait, and try to figure out if it matters if they EVER get
done. Maybe I should just return that
book now. Let go of the old magazines.
But it also means that some pleasures get more attention. I can stop hoarding the Meyer lemons from our
tree – might ...
... to the lake trail & joined the fit crowd running, I could easily live here, it is definitely my kind of place :) My last full day in Austin & we found out that a chilli hot sauce festival was taki place so we got footed it round the lake to the festival park. It was free to enter, but they ask for a donation of food to the local food bank - what a great idea! Once inside there were loads of stalls with all different types of sauce being sold. ...
... and after wading around a little, me and one of the Irish girls Jodie, rented a canoe and paddled down into the Colorado river and my coxing skills finally came in handy trying to turn the boat around. The river was so pretty and I'm so glad we got to do it even though I felt pretty rough when we were done. After a few hours of feeling sorry for myself I dragged my suitcase to the airport and now I am sat here hungry and tired but after a fantastic 2 days. Will check in later x