SpringHill Suites Austin Round Rock
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... after about 4 weeks. So leave room for plenty of "down time".
... baskets, so I got dressed in the suit and we were off.
This is how great Clarissa was: I mentioned to her how hard it was for me to see and she spent the rest of the day with her arm in mine, leading me around like I was blind; preventing me from walking into walls and people. She'd whisper things to me when there a chair I had avoid, steps to walk down or people in the way. She also realized how awfully hot I was and would fan my face ...
... the cover of darkness and 90 minutes of waiting with baited breath. Nobody ever showed up. Apparently the drought last year meant there were far fewer insects leaving the bats weak and open to predation. So I guess they’ve adjusted their schedules this year and are coming out in smaller groups under the cover of darkness.
Add the bats to the list of things global warming has ruined.
... up to this Act Three for some time. I have now sold my furniture and put my personal belongings in storage. After a few years of downsizing and getting ready for this new lifestyle, it all seems a little odd and uncertain. I've always had a job, sometimes two at a time. Now, cutting all my ties with work and home, I am free to seek new horizons in any direction I choose. Still, a little unnerving because once again in ...
... in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification standards. I hope to see more buildings like this in the future as it will help make the world a better place for me.
The 1888 Texas State Capitol was only a short stroller ride away, and given that it is the highest Capitol building in the USA (it is 15ft taller than the Washington DC Capitol), it is hard not to miss. We enjoyed our early morning tour thoroughly and were impressed by the ...