Wellesley Inn & Suites Austin Town Lake
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... biggest and most anticipated convergence of all things music."
While we missed out on SXSW, we did get to see "The Wagoneers," a kick ass alt-country band that played the inaugural SXSW back in 1986. They performed a fine, electrified set at The Continental Club Sunday night that managed to distill the essence of rockabilly and The Bakersfield sound into a couple of grueling hours. Would've been worth $100 at The Enmore in Sydney. We paid ten bucks a piece ...
... actual conversation, which was about an hour and fifteen minutes, so I will give you the abridged version***
Daniel was a weary traveler, he spent most of his time traveling around Texas. He was currently staying in his car with his wife but had said they used to live in a motorhome moving from camping spot to camping spot. He had all sorts of advice on the best places to stay without having to worry about the law hassling you. He was also an inventor. He ...
We arrived into Austin on the Amtrax train and were greeted by our second Couchsurfing host - We hadn't arranged to meet him there and his introduction was slightly odd - in that he started talking away to us as a stranger and after a few minutes he then told us who he was - this may have got us off on the wrong foot.
It was late in the evening and we decided to go for a beer - not before someone tried to rope us into buying them cocktails in the most expensive bar ...
... a good time and it was so nice to do this when it was not
oven hot. The last time I went rafting down the Guadalupe my sides got
chafed before I was even touching the inner-tube. On the way to the
river we drove past Gruene Hall, one of Texas's oldest dance halls.
Kara and I had been once doing our best imitation of the two-step. We
certainly stood out due to our lack of pressed Wranglers, cowboy hats
and two-step history.
... Yes, she did. When Kathy came into this world as a naked little newborn, she had a left hip and a right hip. Fast forward some decades and she now has a left hip and a pile of junk. Cartilage? Girlfriend, she ain't got none of that. On her right side, she has the ball of her femur head grinding away in her acetabulum (ass-eh-TAB-yoo-lum. The hip socket). The bones are misshapen, misaligned and worn out. It's a total mess in there.