The idyllic restaurant on the river (and thanks for comin’ to the talk!)

Thanks all of you that were able to come out to my talk last night. I hope it was entertaining for y’all! The good people at CapMac said there was a good crowd there with just over 100 people. There were some very interesting questions, and everyone seemed very nice and affable. We’ll have to do it again next time – thank you all for coming – sorry I could not meet all of you! :)

This, below, is the Fig Tree restaurant on the River Walk in San Antonio. If you’ve never been around there for a walk, I highly recommend it. It’s a very touristy thing to do, but, still, it’s cool. And if you like Mexican food (who doesn’t???), there are a million restaurants right there on the river.

It’s all great for people watching. I always like to watch couples walk by and play, secretly, "Do those two look like they belong together?" That probably sounds like a weird game to play, but I can’t help it!

The idyllic restaurant on the river (and thanks for comin' to the talk!)

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The Skies over the Alamo

It’s hard to believe that the Alamo is just a bit over an hour from Austin. I think I’ve only driven down there three times since I have lived here, but it’s always a good time. On this particular day, the sun was setting and some rather moody Alamo-esque clouds were rolling in… just in time for the tripod!

The Skies over the Alamo

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The Restaurant at the River from the Bridge

I think I ate more guacamole that one night than every other night of my life combined… This is from the Riverwalk in San Antonio.

The Restaurant at the River from the Bridge

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The Restaurant Under the Bridge

Here is another cool area of San Antonio where you can eat Mexican food in this cool place under the bridge.

A Restaurant Under the Bridge

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Sunset at the River Walk in San Antonio

Everyone loves the River Walk. That place is great. Both my tripod and I were at great risk of falling in the river as the crowds passed by, going from one riverside restaurant to the next.

I think I ate more guac that night than the sum total consumed in Guadalajara.

The River Walk at Sunset in San Antonio

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