Sep 292008
 

Justine and I are currently in Austin, TX shooting for the next installment of our At&t lost in america series. Videos from Anchorage are going to come out any day now.

Second floor of the Cathedral of Junk

One of the highlights of our day was visiting the Cathedral of Junk. This place is absolutely amazing. I could spend all day here looking at all the things that make up this building. Wheels, toys, vacuums, you name it; it’s there. I even saw an old-school Nintendo control. The cathedral is multi-level and there are many little nooks to sit and admire all the junk. He is currently building a wheelchair accessible ramp and a new balcony. Check out this video for a little tour.

In the evening we were part of an Improv show called Stool Pidgeon at Coldtown Theater. I was pretty nervous about being onstage. Fortunately, you can’t see the audience from the stage so it wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be.

At the show

Rachel and her roomie Arianna drove for 3+ hours to go to the show. They’re awesome.
Post-show
The day started really early and ended very late. I was exhausted and had a great time.

  7 Responses to “Austin update”

  1. I love you guys’ coverage of this place! Thanks for sharing. Cool vid!

  2. I have been to Austin a few times I never knew about this place, it looks awesome! Love the pics/video!!!

  3. you two sure look better!! lucky girls

  4. @katie thanks for watching. i had a blast
    @nicole the next time you go to austin, this place is definitely worth visiting
    @derekhoff thanks :)

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  7. […] So much fun! If you’re ever in Austin, I suggest checking out this place for yourself. It’s really unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Karen also wrote and posted a video of from her perspective. Check it! […]

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