Days Inn Bastrop
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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......
... adding 74 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. But, the best player of the game was Texas sophomore quarterback David Ash. He had a terrific game with 364 yards passing with two touchdowns while completing over 80% of his throws. He also added 21 yards on the ground. Don't be surprised to see him on the Heisman watch next year. Also note that none of the players mentioned are seniors, and only one is a junior. It seems that the Texas offense ...
... bad, difficult and easy, short term and long term, boring and interesting, sometimes one and then two. Man, have I had some jobs in my time. I started working at about 15 and never was out of a job but for a short time. Those times were usually because I gave up my current job and decided to move to a completely different place and start looking for a new job. It never took long. Like most people that have worked any ...
... wooden nickles either. Don’t even bother taking off your makeup, cause I’ve found a new address, and, bottom line, I’m gone. Two men in dark jackets-over-jeans whipped out their cell phones and started recording, captured and enraptured.
They were SXSW junkies, here from Chicago for face-to-face time, marketing moguls after the hottest trends. “It’s my first time,” the one ...