Johansen House Bed and Breakfast

415 Ave. A, Wharton, Texas, 77488, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 415 Ave. A, Wharton, is near Wharton County Museum and Wharton County Courthouse.
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Travel Blogs from Wharton

Quiet Day

A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Feb 23, 2014

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Just a quiet day. Trudy fixed great breakfast casseroles, Ed and Gene settled down to watch the Daytona race, the rains came to Daytona, the girls went shopping. Not much happening. Had some good Mexican food at La Finca, came back and watched the race, finally restarted. Tomorrow we start our big push for Florida. Hope to be there Tuesday evening.
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It was a Ferry nice Day

A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Feb 22, 2014

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... Pass. Beautiful sunny day. Took off on Rt. 35 north, took a few side trips through some of the coastal towns, Rockport, Port Lavaca, Port Comfort. Lots of undeveloped territory further north. Arrived in Fulshear, TX at Gene and Trudy's beautiful home. Spent the afternoon getting reacquainted, had dinner at Roper's, the local "general store/cowboy bar/restaurant". Jane said it was one of the best meals she has had in two weeks.
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Brazos Bike Rides and Gators

A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Jun 02, 2013

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We had two days of bike riding here and spent three nights. I think it was our second day of riding that we saw gators. I had just sent David a text, saying we were hunting for gators, and I looked out on the lake and saw one swimming in. The park really cleared out today with only 3 campers on our loop. It was busy yesterday with locals and a number of Scout Troops. There are cabins here, showers and miles of ...

A Quick Hike and Cookies!

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 04, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... there was mud... In several places we could see where the resident wild hogs had rooted up the soft ground in search of last fall's acorns. The surely did a fine job of opening Mother Earth! The back end of the trail is almost all mud, with little gravel to make the going easier. We eventually closed the loop, so to speak and found our way back to Shorty. Rain was threatening and the ...

Today piqued our interest..

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 03, 2013

3 comments, 1 photo

... the pump never made eye contact even after I waited about ten minutes for him to move. He was in the store. The owner came out and checked with us to see if we did, in fact, want to get fuel. Interesting...

The owner, a Pakistani, told me that he didn't get a good enough education and was more or less stuck with what he had. I agreed with him. That's what I usually ask younger clerk types when I meet them. "Are you still in school?" ...