Howard Johnson Austin, TX
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- we got up early filled up our gas tank, stocked up the van with food from Parker's house and made the 195 mile journey south to Austin.
- We arrived about lunch time at the University of Texas. We ran into my close friend Tyler Shimpf who took us out to lunch and gave us a tour of the campus.
- It was amazing! This university was absolutely beautiful! From Tyler's dorm room we were able to see the beautiful Austin ...
... kayaks. The lake is huge and divides Austin into North and south. We kayaked past rope swingers (some were doing summersaults!), people paddle boating and canoeists. People seemed to take their dogs out with them and they were standing on the paddle boats / canoes which we thought was really sweet and we wanted a dog with us more than ever (Megan, they were really, so sweet; the sweetest - you would have loved a bull dog called Maddie. Oh my god so amazing!). The ...
1. P.F. Changs!!!!
2. Tarka Indian Kitchen (I crave the spice)
3. Tres Amigos
5. Anywhere with horses
6. Baked potatoes
7. Cookie cake
8. a long, hot shower
9. Walking without looking behind me
10. Drive ...
... act like clowns - that's tradition, eat good grub and spend lots of time in the water staying cool. The boys also made some new friends and loved exploring Jon's and Fin's wonderful yard. All in all it was just a great time seeing the old crew. The only problem was, like everything in life, is that it wasn't long enough - although Jon and Fin may have a different perspective on that.
... bunch of different ones. The GeoGlimpse was about how the Canyon was formed, the different layers of rock, and the Colorado River. The Condor Talk was of course about the famous Californian Condor, which made a comeback from 22 to over 400. Some flew over as we were talking about them.
After the Canyon we drove off to Edwards, Colorado, which is a town in Vail Valley. On the way we stopped at 4 Corners National Monument, which I've been obsessed ...