Motel 6 Austin North
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... was a part of the group that went skydiving with me, so we were hoping to have the free fall experience minus the threat of death. After a short briefing, we suited up in our jump suits, goggles and helmets and walked into the chamber. Zach went first and got the hang of it pretty quickly, so the pressure was on me not to embarrass myself. As you step into the wind tunnel and let the air lift you up, it's a weird sensation. It's not like your falling, but ...
... on Facebook for the pics and videos. Our reward after was ice creams, then home again to relax. Today, Tuesday is travel day, off to New York. After a very teary farewell to my son Craig and his wife Rachel we do the usual waiting around for our flight. I want to take this opportunity to thank them both again for their fabulous hospitality and for helping us understand their love for their new home Austin. I miss you dearly but know in my heart you are both very happy ...
... Centre we travelled through the old part of town and amongst all the old buildings it became very clear to us what is weird about Austin. Want to know? Google it and you'll find out.
I agree....Keep Austin Weird
Anyway, the duck tour was a fun activity.
When we were all quacked out we shot off down to meet Ailien for lunch at Players Burger joint. This place sits in the middle of the University of Texas Campus and specialises in ...
... that's where I get to step in… We decided to pack a week in advance to make sure that we had everything. We gave the packing list to each kid and asked them to layout all of the items in our entry way so that we can account for everything. Catherine immediately started gathering all of her items and began stacking them neatly in well laid out piles in front of her suitcase. Sam Jackson, on the other hand, sat down on the floor in ...
... their yard and hung out. It's always fun to tag along on someone else's life, we learned that with all the families we stayed with.
From Vail we did a one night stay in Denver and had dinner with the Duttons. It was great. We played with the kids, Ella and Ben all night. The next morning we got an early start on our drive to Mt. Rushmore. When we got there, everything I've ever heard was exactly true. No one had exaggerated. It's the craziest thing ...