Lodge at Creekside
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Travel Blogs from Wimberley
... but never mind, at least we have our spot.
We watch the Porsche race and then it's time for the F1 drivers parade. Each of the drivers is in a vintage car and gets driven round the track waving as they go. After this there is not much happening so I send Pete off to find some lunch. Almost an hour later he returns with food to find our space has been invaded slightly but he sits down and the invader ...
... in the fall we will take classes at the community college, pottery (wheel) for me and randi is taking a hand building class so our next adventure at home sounds pretty busy as well!
we will be home on the evening of april 21st, a month early, which has worked out well for us. thank you billie, who with su's help has taken care of our home and kept it safe. .
thanks again everyone!
love from the fab 4 girls gone ...
... there's also a number of nice boutiques, specially stores and wine tasting shops.
Scenic Cypress Creek winds through town before it empties into the Blanco River within Wimberley's city limits. The spring fed creek was the reason a grist mill was built here in 1856 and operated until 1925.
Nearby Canyon Lake is a popular Central Texas recreation and ...
... there as it was my first
time visiting Masi. She came especially for the wedding and has always been
close – she’s so sweet in the way she fusses and kept telling us we could stay
in any room we wanted and made us some great Indian food the next day.
Unfortunately she had to work for our first few days but we spent time with
Masa and went to the beautiful Capitol building where political decisions for
the state of Texas are made, we ate at ...
We loved Austin.
Seriously. We got there after 10 hours of driving. Tired and frankly a little hangry so we picked a Mexican place that was extra close. (Right down the street) for not reason other than that it was close. Well..... El Alma was a treat. We rolled in and were just hoping for solid and what we got was short of amazing. Mark- our server- went out of his ...