1700 MIles to Austin – Part 2 – Central Park in Summer

With the chaos and whirl of planning a cross country move, Jamie and I are taking moments to breathe in the city.  On Saturday, we took a long walk through Central Park.  The day was steamy, the type of summer swelter best spent in a body of water or in front of the AC.  The limited breeze seemed to come from the trees as if they inhaled and blew out in unison.  Nearly empty from a city deserted in favor for holiday revelry, the park felt open and inviting, despite the oppressive heat.

Busy with the ins and outs and pressures of leaving our home, it was nice to pretend the park’s 776 acres were there for only us to take in.  The following are some pictures Jamie and I took in the near 100 degree landmark.

About Bill Tucker

Jersey based and New York bred, Bill Tucker is an author of film reviews, short fiction and articles for variety of sites and subjects. He currently blogs for The Austinot (Austin lifestyle), the Entertainment Weekly Blogging Community (TV and film) and SkirmishFrogs.com (retro gaming). He's also contributed articles to Texas Highways magazine. His favorite pastimes include craft beer snobbery, gaming and annoying his friends with random quotes from The King of Comedy. You can check out all of his literary naughty bits at www.thesurrealityproject.com View all posts by Bill Tucker

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