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... Chester Nimitz and the home of the National Museum of the Pacific War (WWII). We spent nearly three hours in the museum, and could have spent more time. The George HW Bush Gallery focuses on the entire story of WWII in the Pacific--from the seeds of conflict that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor to the joy and relief after the end of the war. The story is told through the ...
... barrels' etc.
We quickly unpacked and set up, then headed to the dining area in Leigh's house for dinner. There we met one of her daughters Elana and boyfriend Winston, along with the hired hand Rebecca, who was being trained for the summer holiday season.
Leigh, or Miss Leigh as she introduced herself, explained the schedule for the weekend and told us the names of our horses. Mason was to ride Captain, a thoroughbred with a bit of a ...
... addition added underground during the late 1990's was very interesting.
Then we were off westward. Before leaving town, we drove up Mount Bonnell. I had read that it provided some excellent views of Lake Austin. Too bad it was cloudy, but a nice stop (nice workout, too, walking up the steps). From there, to Johnson City. Found the LBJ Heritage Center (or something like that), but the Texas White House ...
... some of the campers who form up as a little band each winter. Calling themselves "Exit 501" (the Buckhorn Lake interstate exit off of I-10) they put on a good show demonstrating some good but not quite ready for Nashville talent.
Waking up Sunday morning to bright sunshine and the prospect for temperatures in the 70’s we were cheering the opportunity to leave the sweaters, jackets and gloves in the bus ...
Our next stop was Luckenbach made famous in country music by "Waylon, Willie and the Boys" and authentic Texas character Hondo Crouch in the 1970s.
A combination general store and saloon may have been established on the site by German immigrants as early as 1849. Luckenbach was first established as a community trading post and was one of the few that never broke a peace treaty with the Comanche Indians with whom ...
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