Travel Blogs from Stonewall, United States

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You can't help but smile at a Peach Parade, Stonewall, United States travel blog

You can't help but smile at a Peach Parade

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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Stonewall in the Texas Hill Country is home to LBJ’s ranch and serves as the center of peach country in Texas. It’s a beautiful place, especially during the Peach JAMboree Parade. Heading out to Marfa, we drove through Hill Country and ...

Tepeyac Adventure, Stonewall County, United States travel blog

Tepeyac Adventure

A travel blog entry by tonigale

Upon learning of a group travelling to Mexico, I inquired about joining them and began to meet on Sunday afternoons a few months prior to the trip. The group was well-organized and had been making these mission trips for over 25 years. My teen-aged son ...

LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, United States travel blog

LBJ Ranch

A travel blog entry by abbyshack

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We considered giving the LBJ Ranch a miss since we had already been there when we were this way a few years ago, but someone at the LBJ Library in Austin told us that the public now has access to the Texas White House. Anyway it's only 16 miles from ...

Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch, Stonewall, United States travel blog

Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen

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Sunday, April 10th The LBJ Ranch is located in the LBJ State Park. When we pulled in we headed to the visitor's center to get a free CD that we could use for the driving tour of the LBJ Ranch. The CD was pretty cool it gave you turn by turn directions ...

Peaceful Learning., Gillespie County, United States travel blog

Peaceful Learning.

A travel blog entry by emilysgroup

Hey it's Emily. So we left Dallas, Texas and drove for a bit until we reached Gillespie County. As we arrive, we went out to grab a bite to eat at Taco Bell. After we were done, realizing we needed to go learn some new things about one of our Presidents, ...

Good bye Texas!, Stonewall, United States travel blog

Good bye Texas!

A travel blog entry by princessgrace

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... the morning if there had been any dramatic scenes or courageous heroes but sadly, none. Mum just said that we stopped just after Stonewall (at a truck stop) (hahaha great place to stop…noisy as!) and apparently Mum sleep-walked me to bed, she said I ...

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