The Inn at River Oaks Farm Lakeside
Travel Blogs from Austin
... until after 11 pm, so now you know why I didn't do this last night. Bob went with Jim this morning to open the gates and get ready for the day. After getting ready for the day, we went for a nice looooooong walk. Not sure how far, but we were gone for about 2 hours. We took the trail down to the lake and back. We were passed by two guys on bicycles, not sure how in the world they rode their bicycles on ...
... and Kara ultimately getting her
masters. The weekend led to us moving to Austin and subsequently
running more, falling in love with Run-Tex and deciding on running
specialty as a career. Austin was a major deal for us. The loop around
Town Lake was perfect and as is customary I had to return home by Joe's
coffee shop. The shop is more like a stand that is on the street with
great outdoor seating. Kara and I started everyday the same ...
... did our packing and prepared for our trip’s 6th flight the next morning to San Francisco! It was sad to leave Masi and Masa but knowing we would be with friends and family in San Fran was a nice feeling and from my last time there I knew I loved the city.
Next blog we’ll tell you about the week we spent in San Fran with Ru, KC & Avnish and our road trip down the Pacific Coast highway in our Mustang.
Hasta luego til then!! :-)
Pri & Raaj xxx
... then tucked it under my left hip. If anyone noticed, they didn't let on, and I will continue to choose to believe I dodged a bullet. And my image suffered a little because you could kinda tell I wasn't wearing a mustache any more after that. But the one neat thing about kids is that since they believe, there's a very real possibility that they wouldn't question.
The first of the dozen events ended well enough and I received some positive feedback ...
... back. But you know what....? They never did. Despite being the loudest, most obnoxiously annoying road fan I could possibly be, I couldn't get any of the BYU fans to take me on. They were too good of people, like a heavenly colt of uncorruptable saints. It was unlike anything I had ever come across. Sure, they cheered on their team when the play on the field warranted it. They yelled when their defense was getting ready for a big third down. ...