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... cows that are descendants of the herd that was there in his day. A quick stop at the hangar where Air Force One (of the 1960s) is on display before heading back on the road to Austin. There was an optional tour of the Texas White House but we decided we wanted to get back on the road. LBJ Ranch was an interesting excursion, but as he was president before either of us can remember, it was not as interesting as could have been.
On the way back to the main road Pete ...
... there's also a number of nice boutiques, specially stores and wine tasting shops.
Scenic Cypress Creek winds through town before it empties into the Blanco River within Wimberley's city limits. The spring fed creek was the reason a grist mill was built here in 1856 and operated until 1925.
Nearby Canyon Lake is a popular Central Texas recreation and ...
... on the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, there’s supposed to be a street party going on in town. So we cross the river and walk down along Willie Nelson boulevard, another street full of lovely shops and restaurants, and down to the party. But everyone just appears to be standing around drinking margaritas, and we’re feeling kind of hungry. Having heard that Austin is home to the original Whole Foods Market, we set out in search of it.
Up to the ...
... see and enjoy a beach on this trip.
Some things about the stay were not ideal. The bathrooms and laundry were up on stilts and liked to rock back and forth while you were using them. Weird. It didn't help that most of the town came to this campground to do laundry. Apparently, there weren't many laundering options in town. We ran into some, shall we say, colorful characters.
One last word about this part of Texas. Most of the buildings were up on ...
The days passed with me thinking more about my duties and responsibilities -- and about Ryan, that fink, standing on the cusp of ruining Christmas. Then on the day before my maiden Santa appearance, I was talking with Terry, one of my co-workers about it all. "And Ryan will be the other Santa," I said.
"Yeah," Terry said. "Ryan Craig makes a good Santa." My brain skidded to a stop.
"Wait. Ryan CRAIG is the other Santa?!"