Picture Gallery for Mon 2005-02-21 00:33:56 UTC


Click to enlargeThe general store in New Baden, Texas.
Click to enlargeFree house!
Click to enlargeFree house!
Click to enlargeDowntown Austin.
Click to enlargeThe University of Texas.
Click to enlargeAt Hut's Hamburgers for lunch.
Click to enlargeMarco takes a picture.
Click to enlargeDead cow head + Gaelen = ?
Click to playThe action at Hut's.
Click to playThe action at Hut's, the sequel.
Click to enlargeMarie reviews Marco's picture.
Click to enlargeWater collecting on the rear window of an automobile.
Click to enlargeLooking up Congress Avenue at the State Capitol.
Click to enlargeThe Driskill.
Click to playAn interesting CGI in some random store.
Click to enlargeOne of many historical marker scatter around the area.
Click to enlargeLow rider.
Click to enlargeArmadillos feature prominently in Austin's transit system.
Click to enlargeGaelen tries to withdraw some prosperity.
Click to enlargeThe Texas state Capitol.
Click to enlargeThe Texas state Capitol.
Click to enlargeThe Texas state Capitol.
Click to enlargeRandom memorials.
Click to enlargeThe Texas state Capitol.
Click to enlargeLooking back down Congress Avenue.
Click to enlargeHeading to the capitol.
Click to enlargeThe front door.
Click to enlargeMatt shows off the fancy hinges.
Click to enlargeThe information booth cage.
Click to enlargeThe Texas state capitol is equipped with all the latest equipment, like an accoustic coupler teletype.
Click to enlargeThat guy.
Click to enlargeThe dome. The State Capitol is 15 feet higher than the Capitol Building in Washington.
Click to enlargeRepublic of Texas seal.
Click to enlargeLooking down the corridor.
Click to enlargeGaelen, Matt and Marie at the railing on the second floor.
Click to enlargeGaelen, Matt and Marie at the railing on the second floor.
Click to enlargeSeal of the Republic of Texas. Included are the seals of the five nations under which Texas has been ruled: The Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of France, the Republic of Mexico, the United States of America and the Confederate States of America.
Click to enlargeState troopers.
Click to enlargeThe House of Representatives.
Click to enlargeThe Senate.
Click to enlargeMarie on the third floor.
Click to enlargeAnother view of the dome.
Click to enlargeLooking over the railing.
Click to enlargeThe seal.
Click to enlargeThe seal.
Click to enlargeThe seal.
Click to enlargeThe seal.
Click to enlargeThe seal.
Click to enlargeThe secret spiral staircase in the dome. Unfortunately access to it was behind a velvet rope.
Click to enlargeLooking down into the library.
Click to enlargeThe vestibule above the library.
Click to enlargeLooking out from the door of the Capitol.
Click to enlargeContrary to advertising, not everything in Texas is big: a pocket cannon.
Click to enlargeThe Great Walk.
Click to enlargeMonuments of the Great Walk.
Click to enlargeTexas Rangers Monument.
Click to enlargeAlamo Monument.
Click to enlargeCannons and Fountains.
Click to enlargeCapitol of 1852-1853.
Click to enlargeThe Confederate Monument.
Click to enlargeThe Volunteer Firemen's Monument.
Click to enlargeCapitol Grounds Design.
Click to enlargeCapitol Fence.
Click to enlargeJaspaul and Gaelen look through the fence down Congress Avenue.
Click to enlargeLooking back at the Capitol. Note the six seals on the frieze.
Click to enlargeLivery stable and opera house under one roof: the definition of convenience.
Click to enlargeAnother metro signpost, seemingly indicating that the armadillos have numerical values.
Click to enlargeClasic decor at the billiard hall.
Click to enlargeMarie tries to get the television to work.
Click to playMarie's big shot.
Click to enlargeShuffle board.
Click to enlargeState Capitol at night, in the rain. Possibly during an earthquake.
Click toplayBelly dancer.
Click to enlargeThe Frost Bank Tower in the mist.
Click to enlargeBirds roosting at night. There were an absurd number of birds in the trees along Congress Avenue.
Click to enlargePit stop on the road back to Palestine.
Click to playDriving home.
Click to playDriving home, part two.
Click to enlargeOur in-car sound system. Note the roominess of the Impala.

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