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... city that I could adopt in a heart beat; Austin or Nashville, San Francisco or New Orleans: it would be a cinch to slot right in. Then of course, there's surviving, the important question of how. At least on a rung beyond the guitarist and the girl busking on the pedestrian island at the intersection of Barton Springs & South Lamar. Tough gig! "He's having himself on," I thought. But, no, it was just me talking about myself again. The same person who in a month ...
... I had a list of places I wanted to get through) and last but certainly not least Franklin’s BBQ.
Franklin’s deserves it’s own special recognition. From everything I have read and everything that people have told me, Franklin’s is the best BBQ you can get. The brisket was best described to me as smoked meat flavored butter. With a description like that and an average wait of three hours standing in line, there was a lot of hype. ...
Shreveport is even more chaotic than Montgomery. To the East of the Red River stretch miles of low rise homes, strip malls and the large stores that no self respecting American town can do without -- Home Depot, Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, Lowe's, and the local department store chain. To the West of the river is the original old town -- built up around the railroad station and the port -- a mix of new glass and steel towers, ...
... to hear some live music at this really neat venue that was half inside
and half outside. The music reminded me of a youthful version of Lyle
Lovett's Big Band. We took some pictures, said our goodbyes and then
went home. The next morning Kara and I went to Joe's hit a taco stand
in South Austin and then collected the children and Grandma Kathy. We
drove to the airport said our goodbyes to Kathy and headed for New
Happy Mother's ...
... told me, “but I’ll come back next year for sure.”
I bought a CD (are they still in style?) and chatted with Hank during the break. Hank was an Austin fixture for many years, at one time managing the Armadillo World Headquarters, steering through hard times of the 70′s. “I live in northern California now,” he said. “A peaceful place, the Sierras out my door. When we turn ...