The Lodges at Lost Maples
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A leisurely start to the day today, we had breakfast & headed West around 11am for Bandera, a small town highly recommended to us by a friend we met in Calgary who is a Baptist minister, born & raised in Texas Hill Country. The hour long drive was very pretty & we passed some massive ranches & some very exotic wildlife, Emu's, Zebra's, & all sorts of animals that don't seem to belong in this area. ...
... br> On the drive to San Antonio we stopped in San Marcos to have lunch at Alvin Ord's. Another recommendation by our good friends in Austin and it didn't disappoint. Small no frills sandwich shop near the University of Texas. Had a simple turkey sandwich but bread ...
... thanks to the "blue laws:" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_law.
We learned about the proud history of this region at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum on the campus of West Texas A&M University in nearby Canon, Texas. The array of exhibits provided insight into life on the Plains during the Western settlement and how the oil boom brought new-found wealth and everlasting change to the Panhandle. The campus was lovely and we enjoyed visiting the ...
Today was a day of travel, and we went from Carlsbad, N.M. to Kerrville, Tx.
We could spend several days here in the hill country of Texas, but we are trying to connect with a family member in Houston and are running short on time, so this may be next year's trip.
We found a great little campground that sits ...
... have different speed limits with 75 mph about average, here in Texas on Interstate 10,its 80 mph (about 140 kph) i was driving about 85-88 mph and still getting passed by some people. There is an Interstate in Texas with a 90 mph limit so i imagine that people would be going 100 mph. Traveling the interstates is easy coming into the larger city's gets interesting with all the freeways and ...