Spotted Pony Ranch
Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
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, we drove to the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. We walked around the building learning more things about his life before ...
... of Stonewall and a little further east, Johnson City, birthplace and location of the LBJ Ranch and Texas White House respectively. Alas, a visit to these places will have to wait for a future trip to the interesting and historic Texas Hill Country. We didn't make it to Austin either as it is now time to hit the road again for two more days of driving and a return to New Orleans.
We’ve been home almost a week, but this is the first
chance I’ve had to sit down and complete my trip blog. After Texoma, we stopped at Lake Tawakoni for
a couple of nights. Mother was packed
and ready to come home with us, so we left on Friday making stops on the way to
visit daughters, Brenda and Shannon.
Other than a lot of hugs, there’s not much there to blog about unless
you want a review of a couple ...
... mijn nacht/ochtenddienst met correspondent Reinout van Wagtendonk geluncht in een bbq-tent geluncht met uitzicht over Lake Travis. Geweldig uitzicht, heerlijk eten en een interessante gesprek over VS/NL. Morgenavond staat een echte rodeo op de planning, maar dan wel na mijn dagdienst. We zullen ook snel wat foto's uit Austin zelf uploaden.
... and pretty young women vying for the title of Miss
Peach JAMboree. We watched old tractors and tiny ponies wander about.
nothing like waving to strangers, saying good morning, catching candy
thrown from handmade floats to put a smile on your face, and to
welcome you to Texas.
Well hello there Texas.