Oakwood at Stone Oak Road
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... animals with 2 heads or extra legs, a cyclops pig, a fury fish, paper clippings of ghost stories, big foots foot prints, even a petrified mermaid monster fish. It costs more than a dime in today's currency though. You get taken on a tour through the museum by a couple of weird young dudes who tell you stories about all the exhibits which are entertaining, they have a few weird stories about the place being haunted. They take you upstairs to a ...
... and after wading around a little me and one of the Irish girls Jodie, rented a canoe and paddled down into the Colorado river and my coxing skills finally came in handy trying to turn the boat around. The river was so pretty and I'm so glad we got to do it even though I felt pretty rough when we were done. After a few hours of feeling sorry for myself I dragged my suitcase to the airport and now I am sat here hungry and tired but after a fantastic 2 days. Will check in later x
Today we decided to go into Austin so we had a look online to figure out the few public transport options available to us. There is a train station about 15 minutes walk away so we headed over there and got our 7-day passes. Before long there was a pretty weird Austin resident explaining his Pagan sleeve tattoos to us on the platform... anyway our train finally arrived and it must be a pretty new metro system because it's ...
... recommended seeing a guy who specializes in hip replacements, so off we went to this other doctor after Kathy got an MRI of her knee. We arrived for the appointment and Kathy had more x-rays of her hip taken. After that, a Physician Assistant (PA) came in to talk. The first thing he said upon entering the room was, "I don't know how you're walking. Your hip is terrible." He did some flexion and extension testing with her leg and said he ...
... I-10 but amazing across 290.
Our room is in a perfect part of town. Close enough to walk to 6th Street. Near a wonderful park with disc golf. Easy get-out-of-town access too.
This is a great town. Thanks to SAT "Coach" for the pointers. Dana too. The people here are quite friendly and have given us good visitor direction too. Bike paths everywhere and good food for those of us who should be on a budget!
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