I got to ride with him once. We hit the hill country for about an hour, and then hung out in a bank parking lot, talking politics, for another 30 minutes or so.
He was a great guy. He was one of those great out spoken people, that will always tell you like it is, and do it in the nicest coolest, and usually comical way.
We started talking politics, because the next day I was going to an Austin Counsel meeting to help keep Balcones Woods baseball park open. It's a ball park thats been around for more than 40 years now, and it's where my boys play. They have been getting a tax break on there utilities, and they wanted to stop that, which would have doubled there bills. That would have caused there registration fees to almost double, which could have ended up closing down an Austin Landmark thats been around since the early 60's.
Well just so you know brother, they left everything alone, and Balcones lives to see another season.
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