Days Inn Bastrop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that are apparently haunted according to our new friend at the local bar. Jess has a really cool antique store in town that is a converted old gas station. She has a studio at the back where she restores antique artwork. Darren also has a very cool job as an airbrush artist and his work is amazing! Including some pretty famous clients (sorry guys I did say you would feature predominantly in this entry). Unfortunately it would seem ...
... Today that's going to change. We are going to tear ourselves away from the arms of "Bastrop State Park" to wander into the supposedly historic and picturesque Texas town of Bastrop.
Yet here I sit blogging away the hour and Gary is telling the dogs about the nice long walk we are going to take to the parks lake, so......
... on their plight by way of a hastily-scrawled hard luck story. I guess if it didn't work, they'd stop bumming around, so this kind of activity must be worth their while.
At this particular intersection were two bums. Kathy said, "Those bums are arguing." And sure enough, these two guys are in a heated and demonstrative exchange while both standing on the same corner. One guy starts to cross the street and they continue hollering ...
... went to Franklin Barbecue; the place open at 11am everyday but Monday. The line starts at 8am. We arrived there an hour later with about 30 people ahead of us. By 10am, there were over a hundred behind us and it's not guarantee that everyone will get served as the restaurant runs out of food regularly. It's really easy to make friends here while waiting for the best barbecue in the universe. We met Ryan a software engineer and a mother and son ...
... trade show, 4 days of stage programming, and unlimited networking opportunities. And then there are the parties, awards, mentoring sessions, book readings, and even a softball tournament for a break when you’ve reached sensory overload.
I’ve missed ticket-op time, but I’ll enjoy reading about who’s here and what they are doing during the next week. Who needs Cannes when you’ve got Austin, ...