Rodeway Inn University / Downtown
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... with a 25ish year old women. She told me about how she had only been living in the gainsville area about 3 weeks. She had recently been discharged from the military for a broken foot and was still in the healing process. We went about 30 miles up the road together and I contemplated spending the rest of my money on a bus ticket and calling it a trip. She dropped me off at tue hotel she worked at and I even went inside to ask directions to the grey hound ...
Start - 6:30am
End - 11:30pm
2 more big sleeps before The Gourds.
I got email saying Hog Heaven, a food trailer will be serving sliders, tacos, wraps and various eats before the show, at intermission and after the concert $3 - $5 . Sounds like a party to me.
Well didn't sleep in and was drinking motels coffee (passable) at 6:30. Had some cereal while watching Fox TV. I've not been so lucky to watch this **** before. At the ...
Woke up to the relaxing sound of a gentle rain on the tent. One of the best sounds in the world unless it's in the middle of the night and nature is calling. A nice morning at the campsite with grits, miso soups and tea….breakfast of champions. After that a decent 4 mile hike with some cool wildlife viewing. Then, mid-afternoon, into Austin. We had ...
... downside to the experience for me was that the walkway itself is very narrow, and you can't really just stop and enjoy hanging out without getting in someone's way. It seems like the whole walk was built to have you either keep moving, or spending money at a restaurant or shop. I'm sure that's what they had in mind, but it would have been cool for it to be a little more relaxed and not so focused on having you spend money.
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