Stony Ridge Ranch

PO Box 357, Hondo, Texas, 78861, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on PO Box 357, Hondo.
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    Travel Blogs from Hondo

    Burn day 2

    A travel blog entry by jak5 on Jun 08, 2014

    19 photos

    Burning up the thorn bush pile and the tank pile. Check back later for more pictures Got a good 3/4 inch rain about 1:00 pm. Carson and I had to give up on work and do some 4 wheeling in the rain and mud. Got some Gopro video to edit and add to this post ...


    A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... was a 10 gallon pail under a water faucet in the adjacent campsite, we made sure there was plenty of water in the pail each day for the animals and birds to drink from during these very hot days.

    San Antonio River Walk: We love San Antonio. Four years ago I didn't think there were that many people here, we were told that 25,000 people are moving into Texas each year. Ok, so maybe we will just stay put in New ...

    Casita Bluebonnet Rally

    A travel blog entry by philandlinda on Apr 23, 2014

    2 photos

    Phil cooked our steak on the grill at the 11th Street Grill restaurant the first evening. We visited with Dave/Linda (our co-campers) and Tim/Julie(next to us).
    We had potluck supper the next evening in the rally hall.
    Friday was the day to tour other campers, with lots of visiting. We went into town to look around and ate at OST. Phil helped put shocks on Dave's camper that evening.


    Ranch dudes

    A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 27, 2014

    27 photos

    ... became a military garrison and fort for the Texan/US army. It was seen as the key to the defense of Texas. The battle that made this site so important to Texans today was in 1836. Mexican troops were advancing towards San Antonio and starting on 23 February, approximately 200 Texans inside the besieged Alamo held out against the much much larger Mexican army for 13 days. They were determined to fight to the end to defend the place and ...

    Just so you Northerners will feel better...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 08, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... with more trees than we've seen in a while. So many varieties!

    We'll be sacrificing the Manda sausages to the Propane gods tonight... My mouth is already watering. I'll give a full report tomorrow, perhaps with photos. Anybody interested?

    Thanks for responding to my email about your interest in receiving the Blog. I weeded out ten or twelve folks and can save a bit of bandwidth. How wide is a band anyway??