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Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
... I personally thing it's ironic that they built a State Park to remember his life, when it just so happened to be the place where he died. :) Later, we walked some trails and Hanna complained because it was cold and there were tons of nasty bugs. Seeing some Texas longhorns, McCaela excitedly ran over to the because she wanted to pet one. Of course they kind of backed away from the ...
... direction towards the town of Hunt, passing Stonehenge II - a replica of the original (downsized to 60%) but fabricated out of plaster with some local stone used in the construction. Originally conceived by a local, Al Shepperd, it was moved to its current spot by the Hill Country Arts Foundation.
We continued our lovely bike ...
... is geen 30 graden maar 40+..lieve mensen in Nederland), maar in de Hill Country was het goed te doen met een lekker briesje (soort van). We hebben geluncht in een oud tankstation, omgetoverd tot populaire diner in Fredericksburg en gedineerd in het bekende Blue bonnet cafe met chick fried steak (= geen kip maar steak gebakken als kip) en een Amerikaanse ...
... and pretty young women vying for the title of Miss
Peach JAMboree. We watched old tractors and tiny ponies wander about.
nothing like waving to strangers, saying good morning, catching candy
thrown from handmade floats to put a smile on your face, and to
welcome you to Texas.
Well hello there Texas.
Wildflowers may not be the first thing that comes to mind
when you think about Texas but for those in the know then Spring in the Hill
country (area around Austin) becomes a sea of blue and red and yellow. The Texas
national flower the bluebonnet can be seen along every roadside and every self
respecting Texan family has a picture of said self respecting family amongst the blue
bonnets. Don't get me wrong - it may be one of Texas best ...