Over a month ago my cousin and his two kids came down to Austin for a the day during spring break. I got to do one of my favorite things in the world, be a tour guide. Yes, during my high school years I worked at a local cave in Sonora, TX. Scratch that I worked in a WORLD famous cave in Sonora, TX called Caverns of Sonora. I love it, it was a hard job but it I got to meet awesome people from around the world and it’s where I developed my love for showing people around and taking people to places they haven’t been. So when they arrived I already had the day planned. We went to lunch at Uncle Billy’s, then we headed to the Capitol for some photos and history lessons! My cousin and his kids are big Longhorn fans (booooo), so I made sure I took them to Loserville so they could see the stadium and other hot spots as well as shopping at a local store for all their lame Longhorn needs. We ended the day by going to the Congress St. bridge and watched 2 million bats fly out from underneath the bridge at dusk. Over all it was a great day and I had a blast spending time with the family! Here are some impromptu photos I took of them while we were out goofing around! Enjoy!
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