Sage Hill Inn Above Onion Creek
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... town, we passed by landmarks (such as St. Luke's church, where we almost got married) that were way on the outskirts of town in the mid 80s, but are now right on major thoroughfares. We found our way to a favorite old haunt, Trudy's, and enjoyed some time catching up with Roberta, John, Alex, and Seth (Fox was working). Good times, indeed.
... d say to the parents, "Oh you have two little children!" Just to look down meant I had to bend forward, which I would do, and saw the kids and greeted them appropriately. We were also walking past a table of adults. Clarissa greeted them and said to one of the guests, "You'd like to shake Mr. Bunny's hand?" Bingo! I looked down to see the guy's outstretched hand so I could shake it. Otherwise, I'd have left the guy hanging having no idea what he ...
... people going there own ways. It's all good. My life is good though I've got more then I need. I kiss Ethan a lot though and I'm sick and grumpy because my neck hurts and have a gold and my ears felt like they were going to bleed.... And Ive hit a lot of stress going on. It's good good good but kind if influential here my story I left home because mom had died and I need air and so I moved to lake view. It wasn't exactly my ...
... swing! There is the ever popular choo-choo train, a building with sensory activities, a carousel with special supports on the horses and a waterworks area Cody would have been obsessed with! We spent two days working 4 hour shifts and left with our hearts full! We did the welcome center the first day and enjoyed all the faces of anticipation as they came in...ready to play! The next day Ken worked the jeeps and was like one of the kids, the goofy grin on ...
... number of motorcycles and soon found out that most of the motels were full (of bikers) and that any coupons we'd collected and relied on along the way were not being honoured this weekend - could be an expensive time!
As we flopped on the bed and flicked on the tv we quickly learned that we had arrived just in time for the Republic of Texas Annual Biker Rally which involves 10,000 motorcycles turning up in Austin and riding up and down Congress Avenue in front of ...