Redneck Yankee

16100 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, Texas, 78676, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16100 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, is near Bella Vista Ranch, Lookout Mountain, and The Island.
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Travel Blogs from Wimberley

Fast Life in the Big City

A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Oct 30, 2012

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... around the clothing racks. A very nice man and woman were working there and the lady very eagerly and knowledgeably fit me for a nice jacket. For such a puny place, they had lots of stuff and the choices were pretty darn good. The racks were jam packed with clothes. After picking a jacket and new pair of gloves, we left and decided to get something to eat.

Kathy suggested this pizzeria called Rounders in downtown Austin. I ...

Holy Moroni!

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Sep 03, 2012

... back. But you know what....? They never did. Despite being the loudest, most obnoxiously annoying road fan I could possibly be, I couldn't get any of the BYU fans to take me on. They were too good of people, like a heavenly colt of uncorruptable saints. It was unlike anything I had ever come across. Sure, they cheered on their team when the play on the field warranted it. They yelled when their defense was getting ready for a big third down. ...

Austin, TX: The Unusual Nature of Austin

A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots on Aug 11, 2012

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... been to West Chester, PA. From them I learned that Austinites have an unusual use of the English language. They call sections of a dam-off river "a lake" when it's actually a reservoir. They don't see thIs body of water as a continuous entity even though it flows for 862 miles southeastward the Gulf of Mexico -- making it the 18th longest river in the States. So if you mention to them that you live by the river, their reaction will most ...

There's No Place Like Home

A travel blog entry by elk_oil on May 02, 2012

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... from the other side to get a better angle.

This whole affair took way longer than I was hoping and more than a few times, my efforts were thwarted because I had to stop blocking the road long enough to allow some very patient drivers to get by. But finally, I got it in and noticed that the trees are in great need of trimming because I tore off part of the roof ladder on a branch. I don't know how the camper didn't sustain more damage, ...

Dig if you will a picture

A travel blog entry by restlessriders on Dec 29, 2011

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... on the rock formations. The photo opportunities were endless from the gushing springs flowing through the roots of trees that had fallen to the whirlpools created by boulders impeding the waters flow.

Later that night we went back down to the river, this time on bikes to get a final burn in before we retired. We watched a couple of westerns before turning in for the ...

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