The Mermaid Cove
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... recreated during the 1880's. One of the small houses was made of glass bottles.
While we were there we visited a museum that a man named Jack Glover that did a fabulous job of putting together things from Indian collections to his own personal memorabilia. He told us some stories from his World War II days among others.
After walking these two towns (Wimberly and Pioneer) we ate lunch ...
The first night I brought a casserole for us to eat after Emily got off from work. The next day we had breakfast casserole then went to New Braunfels for the day, with lunch at the Gruene Gristmill. Then Bo fixed ...
... out, I slept through a major traffic accident almost at the entrance to the campground. We didn't know anything about it until Robin & Rodney arrived about 7:30 pm and they told us about it. (It was still in the process of being cleaned up at that time!) A tank truck was side-swiped by a car, the truck ran off the road and flipped over on it's top. We heard that the truck driver miraculously walked out without major injuries.
So on to ...
... a small amount of breakfast, Kate & Roy asked if we wanted to drive into Fredericksburg. Kate and Roy hadn't eaten breakfast yet, so they drove into Johnson City for breakfast and we cleaned up, then met them at the restaurant. After they finished their breakfast, we drove into Fredericksburg and walked around a little and did a little shopping. On the way back to the campground, we stopped at Circle E candles so Kate could buy some candles and the Wildflower Farm ...
... came out, and we thought a walk would be nice after sitting in the truck all day yesterday. By the time we got organized it was warm enough for us to wear shorts! We are camped alongside the Guadelupe River so we set off to explore and then spent the remainder of the day sitting outside enjoying the sunshine and getting sunburnt. It is very peaceful here and we are just happy to sit and soak up the sun and tranquility.
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872 Ledgerock, Canyon Lake | Campgroundfrom $140