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... adopted. Later we had dinner with a few friends at Graffiti before going to see “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” – a comedy/ skit show. We saw the “original” version in Chicago when we visited Lindsay and Dan.
On Sunday, 8 March, Matt and I headed out to explore Red Hook. Red Hook is in Brooklyn and probably best known in NY as the area where IKEA is! It’s right on the water (so it was really cold) but there are some cool ...
We went into Austin late at night, arriving close to midnight, after leaving NOLA around 2pm. We his a gnarly lightening storm (and what we thought could be a flash flood) on our way in that slowed us down.
Being that it was Thursday night, we knew we were about to hit some Austin City Limits crowds the next day if we tried to stay in the city. Our hosts, friends of Brian's this time from his business frat at UNC, ...
... tirelessly to showcase the many waterfalls and historic resources along the route. The highway was the first scenic highway in the U.S. It is now a National Historic Landmark!
This week we will begin our journey to witness these spectacular sights in Portland. We will travel over the Sandy River to the Historic Columbia River Highway. Lewis and Clark ...
... in Austin downtown...everywhere. I expect that during July when the average max is 36deg these rooftop bars would be pretty crowded.
Out for dinner with Sam and Ailien at ZTejas. They market themselves as a Southwestern Grill and have a diverse menu so you can't miss out. Sue and I had southern meatloaf which was superb...so was the cornbread and Tortilla soup.
... Not to mention that Caroline wasn't too excited about using a tiny shower or emptying a portable septic tank. So instead, we opted to drive a regular sized car, and stay at hotels, campgrounds, and rent a few homes along the way using HomeAway.com. We were going to drive all the way to California from Austin, and then realized how many miles of "nothingness" there was between here and El Paso.
So we finally settled on ...