Wellesley Inn & Suites Austin Town Lake
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... picnic down on the grass just below the bridge. Of course we had a divide in our camp over which view would give us the optimal view of the bats. We had Patrick, Jack, and Jessie convinced that the view on top of the bridge would be best (or they were just too lazy to walk 5 minutes down to the grassy underlay) and we had Kamal and myself who favored the underlay. What didn’t make sense is that Kamal and I had already ventured to the grassy area before meeting ...
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... hiking around the Delicate Arch, and camped at Big Bend along side the river. I have to say that Moab was gorgeous...but the couple days I was there the weather was cooler and rainy. Didn't end up mountain biking like I had wanted to and was pretty much done and wanting to move on by the second day. Definitely will be adding it to my list of places to go back with friends. After cutting my time short in Moab, I decided to just start driving...well after a ...
... delicious (including the boozy lime Ricky) but when all is said and done I still prefer the Kimchi Grill version here in Brooklyn.
With our stomachs full we headed over to the University so I could finally see where the clock tower shootings took place back in August of 1966. This was my fourth time to Austin and I always ran out of time to pay a visit. It was quite a strange feeling to stand there and gaze up at it and try to ...
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 ...