Stony Ridge Ranch
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... stories about ranching in BC. They also had a Smart Car they would load up into the back of their Motorhome. There was a small crowd watching as Steve loaded the car. It's not a toy hauler as you seen on many trailers, once it's loaded, you can't tell there's a car inside the RV. Just plain cool!
Mike has been enjoying time on the golf course, and I've been cooling off in the pool. Its a tough life.
Bye for now. Stay well.
... equally awesome grammy. What a great bunch! Please forgive me if I've left anyone out, like I did with my wonderfully forgiving older sister, Auntie Pud, who did not kill me off for my poor judgement.
So here I am back in San Antonio for a little while. We will soon continue on our adventure, heading east and hopefully visit some new places to share on the Bounder Bulletin!
Bye for now, and stay well.
Bandera is the county seat of Bandera County, Texas, United States, in the Texas Hill Country, which is part of the Edwards Plateau. The population was 857 at the 2010 census. Bandera calls itself the "Cowboy Capital of the World". In a rugged county filled with hills, rivers, and a sprawling lake, the small town of Bandera holds a really big place in the hearts of Texans. Located in the Texas Hill Country less than an hour from San Antonio, Bandera reminds us of a ...
Now we are moving north--we are following the Chisholm Trail--there are thousands of cattle being driven across the Hill Country of central Texas--the heat and the drought are taking it's toll on the cowboys & cowgirls. Today, the "chuck wagon" has stopped for a couple of days to take on supplies and to water the horses.
Lake Medina is one of Texas' largest reservoirs, the main reason for it's development was ...
... does is celebrate the military. Tomorrow there is a big Veteran's Day celebration with a parade and party. Veteran's and their wife's can eat for free. I think we should go to the celebration, but not sure Bob wants to since he doesn't like crowds. But we'll see. Well, like I said, they celebrate the military and one way is they have these iron plaques on the light poles for each branch of the service, one for the POW/MIAs, and one that honors all veterans ...