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... the area, every turn was a "AHHHH moment!". Stopped in the famous Blue Bonnet Cafe in the town of Marble Falls-- they are known for pie, and we saw why right away. A huge piece of pie -$3.29! Back in Austin, we found the Big Top Candy Shop, decorated with vintage circus posters and nostalgia, featuring candy, ...
We wander into town to find some dinner and at one of the junctions all the wires and trees are full of noisy birds! It's quite a sight and sound to behold.
After wandering round for a bit and asking a policeman for a dinner recommendation we stop at the Austin Ale House where we both have nice dinners and Pete enjoys a couple of US ales. We will keep the policeman's recommendation in our memory bank for another night. Back to the apartment to unpack and ...
... of treasures...it is a collection of items infused with the personal 'stuff' of many loved ones. One of the traditions on the camino is to leave a little rock from home, and symbolically, to leave something behind. So, in my 20 lb. pack, I'm carrying the psychic junk of: Rosie (the rock with info written on it about David) Kimberly (the blue lapiz heart) Lara (the TINY rock you can't really see...so thoughtful!) Todd ...
... Most days I had to cruise round town reporting on unofficial parties for SXSW to earn my badge which wasn't so bad. My two partners - Spence the firefighter and Jezzika the 'kooky' Asian UT student would join me for the rounds and we'd load up on all the free drinks and free swag we could find before searching out the next party. When not 'On Duty' I'd chill with Clara, Phil, Hannah their friend from home, Simon and the banner crew doing exactly the same ...
... disappointed and said, "Too bad. Your so cute." Then she added, "Can you give me one of you for Christmas?" We laughed and she mercifully turned and walked away. As I was leaving a few minutes later, I was shouting "Merry Christmas" and waving to everyone. Then that lady hollered as I was walking out of the lobby, "Now don't forget!"
One mom had a couple of young sons sit on my lap, and when they were done she approached and with ...