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Subject: Re: Day trips Date: 7/29/1999 1:04 PM
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OK, great day trips...let's go:

The Alamo. "Comrade tread lightly. You're near a heroes grave!" I get chills (even in the Texas summer) just walking the grounds.

Nimitz Museum (Fredricksburg, TX) Good history on display and a scenic jaunt through the Texas Hill Country for the trip. On Sunday afternoon, stop at Luckenbach for some cool libation.

The "LaNai" at BB Rover's on Jollyville (in Austin) for a fine cigar and good CRAIC with friends on an evening.

Baseball at either the Ballpark in Arlington or the Dome in Houston.

LBJ Library (in Austin).

The Bluebonnet Tour in the spring, up to Burnet and back.

Carpe Diem!
--WauseonFox--

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