Marks Overlook Lodge

Address: 190 Marks Overlook, Buda, Texas, 78610, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 190 Marks Overlook, Buda, is near Onion Creek Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Buda

      Big Hair, Boots, and Business

      A travel blog entry by jbrandlemccall on Mar 08, 2013

      8 photos

      ... the USA.

      As the home and headquarters for various successful big businesses such as Wholefoods, Dell Computers and Statoil, along with many other successful independent businesses, Austin has created an environment for business development and growth too. Austin has experienced huge population growth, increasing by more than 40 percent in the last 10 years, as now more than ever, people from California are moving ...

      Ho! Ho! Who?

      A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Dec 05, 2012

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... rest of the staff. I vowed, though, to not be defeated by my fake lip hair and learn how to properly use spirit gum. To YouTube I went and found some tutorials. With my new-found knowledge, I licked the problem and conquered the 'stache of despair. With the glove and mustache issues squarely behind me, the rest of this Santa thing was going to be a breeze. And now that my comfort level was increasing as I gained confidence, I would get better as we went.
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      Fingers Crossed for the Movers

      A travel blog entry by elk_oil on May 03, 2012

      10 photos

      ... Sammy laughed from the minute they arrived until the left. Leo was the brunt of their jokes, but it was all in good fun and Leo took it well.

      Albert and Sammy would literally race each other while carrying full loads to see who could get to the door first. I figured that in the unseasonably warm day with temps in the mid-90s, this wouldn't last long, but I was wrong. They kept this energy level up the entire day. The entire. ...

      Goodbye Carla

      A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Jan 23, 2012

      ... at the hotel, so that camper could have a few repairs completed before the racing season starts. We finished getting new tags for the car/camper and getting a Texas drivers license....so I guess this makes us Texas residents (better go out and get me a cowboy hat and boots). Well like I said in my other blogs this gate guard job was not for us and will not be doing it ...

      Texas is good for one's health

      A travel blog entry by pdfero on Dec 11, 2011

      1 comment

      ... from the staff. After tests including a chest x-ray, they determined that I had an upper bronchial infection. It took two sessions on the nebulizer there for my chest to quiet down enough for the doctor to let me go . . . with prescripts for Prednisone (that ubiquitous drug of my life), Levaquin antibiotic and an inhaler. Last night I got my first decent night’s rest in a month. Mary Jo is feeling much better now, too.

      More on our Buda visit next time.

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