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jason norman
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The 90s were a thing.
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On the trail at St Edwards park in Austin.
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It is a slow, deeper section, but "deep" is relative; it's about 2.5 feet at the deepest.

In the summer, it's a stagnant trickle.
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I can imagine that there's a bass, guitar, and vox version of this that would literally kill me. Thankfully, this isn't going to kill me, but holy crap is it great.
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Now, imagine the version of this when she was 17 and busking. Imagine the bare, sheer power of that voice on cobblestone.

She's angry and heartbroken and proud in this song, and she can't reproduce that today because, hell, who can? Thankfully, she captured it here, the way she heard it in her head: strings, her voice, and, well, a 17 year old heart screaming at the top of its lungs.

Hell. Yes.
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A rough panorama from a small peak in the Franklin Mountains.
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Heavy-handed HDR, but this is a little closer to what things looked like.
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Another picture from the trail in St Edwards park.

Lots of water in the creek.
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Wow. This is remarkable.
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This has become my preferred version of this song. Members of The Band, Roger Waters, and Sinead. A damn fine turn at it,
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  • WGU Texas
    IT / Security, 2013 - present
  • NMSU
    History, 1990 - 1992
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Helon had a lot of blood on his shirt when we sat down for lunch, but what could I say? Probably nothing. Probably dining with dried blood

The beef ribs are fantastic. And they never run out of food. No pretense, no attitude, great bbq. Those beef ribs, though. Damn fine.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Well, a few things stand out. The good: 1) The folks working there are great 2) The breakfast was pretty good, though the steam tray&s weren't hot. 3) Decent wifi, though you have to buy into it or be at AT&T subscriber. 4) spacious parking garage. The bad: 1) The room (room 433) was a smoking room in the 80s, or had been used as a smoking lounge in the 70s, or something. I used to smoke, and it didn't bother me too much, but it was a bit overwhelming. 2) No hot water. That was a little disappointing to find out at 5am. 3) Noisy, though I carry a white noise machine with me when I know I'll be staying next to a highway. 4) I located the one towel. Could have called and had a towel brought up, but it was sort of a fun puzzle solving adventure to find the one true towel. 5) The room itself is tired, old, with odd stains on the floor. Nothing huge, no dried pools of blood or anything, just....an old floor. In an old room. In an old hotel. 6) Spooky parking garage with about a six foot entrance, If you have a large vehicle, you'll have to let some air out of your tires to get in. I have a small car, but it rides fairly low and I had to approac the ramp sideways, which is tough in a narrow space. All told, I wouldn't recommend it, despite the professional and friendly staff.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is great! The service is fantastic...the girls at the front desk were very cheerful but not annoying, and knew the area. Room was spacious and bigger than I thought it would be. The place is pet friendly, and our dogs were not the only ones here. Hardwood floors in our room, great bed, and really good rates. If you're on the road, this is the place to stay.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Well, it doesn't get much better. There are rockstar places like Franklin's where you may have to wait three hours and may not get food. Then there's places like this: really great food and really friendly folks. Go here, you won't be disappointed.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I don't know what's in the green sauce. Sour cream and jalapeno, sure, but also something really addictive. I'd say that I've had better tacos in Austin, but I'd be lying. This place is the real deal: fast, friendly, really amazing food for way less money than the hipsterati spend at places like Torchys. There is no inside seating, and the space is not user friendly, and I wouldn't have it any other way. The food is perfect. The chicken is great, but the carne plate and taco are just, perfect.
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Public - 3 years ago
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