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... morning that deer were walking around our tent during the night. Made the mistake of leaving a few things out during the night and everything was soaked with condensation, including the charcoal. In the morning we removed everything from van and repacked. ...
"I wonder who that's worse for, you or me."
Not one nano-second passed before he emphatically answered, "ME. Just think of it this way, you have to get this once a year. I have to do it FIVE TIMES A DAY. And the whole time I'm praying against latex breakage." He started demonstrating by extending his index finger, moving it slowly forward and saying with his eyes closed, "Oh please... oh please... oh please... don't break."
... involves looking for what makes the area special in food and houses.
We found Gracie's Cafe after making a quick jog up one side of main street and down the other, rejecting other possibilities as too fried, too restless childreny, boring.
Gracie's was down a side street and appeared at quick glance to have salads,sandwiches and burger's.
Gary of course started Googling reviews the minute we were seated and the raves from fans were ...
... so it was easy to get up and walk around, go to restroom and not be stuck in the middle between a person that didn't quite fit in their seat.
Laura did NOT like the flight from NY to Costa Rica, head wind made it quite bumpy.
Got into Costa Rica at around 8:30 at night so about 12 hours since Marcus dropped us at the Austin airport. We were picked up by our hostel owner in his antique yellow Land Rover after about a ten minute wait. Drove ...
When you're an animal lover (in the most wholesome sense) it's only a matter of time until you add another mouth to the herd and today was that day for us. Yesterday Kathy wanted to go visit one of the larger animal shelters in Austin. Austin Pets Alive! (http://www.austinpetsalive.org/) keeps loads of dogs and cats in their facility and even more in foster homes. Kathy was interested in seeing about volunteer opportunities and to ...