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... create a trail system, so years later, they named the lake after her in honor of her.
I have heard a lot about Austin and so many great things. Everyone seems to love it, however I didn't think that much of it. San Antonio was awesome, but Austin just seemed like another town with a capital in it. I didn't go out at night, which seems to be quite popular. Maybe if I would have had a local, then things would have been different?
..the gas station houses 120 fuel pumps...no less..
..the stop signs are twice the size
oil rigs are seen when looking out from the beach
and a final word from luis:
How do I feel about my new Truck Camper?
Adam, grandson #2, turned 1 year old on January 3rd. His Mom and Dad threw him an airline themed party which was fun for Greg and I. The invite was a boarding pass; Mom and Dad were dressed up like a pilot and flight attendant. The food was wonderful...better than BusinessFirst! It was a perfect weekend and thanks to United Express cancelations, it will last 1 day ...
... are good at the moment, still some things I would like to check out - Rainly street, 6th stet, the many food trucks, the springs, the state capital - lucky for me I have 4 days left :) Went to Rainey street tonight to a sausage house & beer garden, one of the largest sausages I've eaten nom nom & good too! They also sold cider so I may have had to try a couple of different ones hehe! I got chatting to the guy next to me who invited me ...
When I was in ninth and tenth grade, I would get sick all the time. It seemed like I was always in and out of the doctor's office with bronchitis and sinus infections. I asked if something was wrong with my respiratory system since I so often had issues. The doctor said nothing was wrong with my body, just my lifestyle. Thanks to a hectic St. Stephen's life, lack of sleep and stress left my body an open target for infections. It just turns out that my respiratory ...