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IMG_4714 Manda, Brea, and P. Z. Myers having a discussion about science fiction books

Manda, Brea, P. Z. Myers and me (not in the picture) were having a discussion about science fiction books. Since I read and write science fiction, this was my highlight of the cruise. It turns out P. Z. Myers goes to science fiction conventions! (Well, at least the local one in Minnesota.) And Brea's taste in books is remarkably similar to mine.

IMG_4714 Manda, Brea, and P. Z. Myers having a discussion about science fiction books

IMG_4710 Jen Peeples and Deb

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4710 Jen Peeples and Deb

IMG_4709 Jen Peeples, Taylor, Martin Wagner, Justin, and Deb

Clockwise from the left: Jen Peeples, Taylor from Corpus Christi, Martin Wagner, Justin from East Coast, and Deb

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4709 Jen Peeples, Taylor, Martin Wagner, Justin, and Deb

IMG_4707 Keith and Wes

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4707 Keith and Wes

IMG_4705 Justin and Maya, who were visiting from the East Coast, and Taylor (center) from Corpus Christi.

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4705 Justin and Maya, who were visiting from the East Coast, and Taylor (center) from Corpus Christi.

IMG_4701 Beth and Matt enter the boat

Beth and Matt, the latter wearing a headband with fuzzy antennas and carrying and a bucket of margarita mix, enter the boat.

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4701 Beth and Matt enter the boat

IMG_4700 Beth and Matt with fuzzy antennas

Beth and Matt, the latter wearing a headband with fuzzy antennas, enter the boat.

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4700 Beth and Matt with fuzzy antennas

IMG_4698 Lilandra and Aron Ra arrive on the boat

On September 28, 2013, the members of Atheist Community of Austin, as well as quite a few guests out of town, went on a cruise on Town Lake, and watched the bats emerge at dusk from the Congress Avenue bridge. The pre-cruise lecture was given by our very special guest P. Z. Myers, who spoke about the evolution of the bats. Dave Silverman from American Atheists was also there, as well as a few notable atheists from Dallas and other places.

IMG_4698 Lilandra and Aron Ra arrive on the boat