The Lodges at Lost Maples
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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 ...
... on the grounds and a beautiful cavern underneath it, from what we hear. We didn't have time to take the tour, so that is on our list for another visit.
We did see a lot of road kill, especially deer, alongside the interstate. They were in various stages of decomposition, so my guess is they are just left to decay naturally and provide food for scavengers. One animal we were hoping to see was nowhere to be found, ...
... to our cabin. We had lunch at 12:30 which was great all cooked for us and like a home cooked meal, they even still ring then dinner bell so you know it's lunch time. After lunch we went for a walk and a fish until it poured rain. We had Poncho the ranch dog come along for the walk also. He was a lab cross, and a big boy. The rain put an end to our fishing so we had to run back to the ranch in the rain. We just relaxed on the porch until it was ...
... 997) was fantastic, a genuine authentic Cowboy town. The people we so friendly, we chatted to one couple who hand crafted leather gun holsters, for over an hour! Lunch in the O.S.T was okay, nothing really special, guacamole nachos & crisp beef jalapeño tacos. We drove home the long way round (the GPS is about to be binned for a newer model I think) & saw lots more very pretty towns along the way. Back at ...
- After Sam realized we were running low on gas again, we stopped in Ingram, Texas on our way to San Antonio.
- We simply got gas and food and then went on our way since we were eager to get to San Antonio.
- Gas was $45.20, food and drinks were $15.98, and ice was ...