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... for second and retirement homes. The lake impounds water from the Guadalupe River and releases are the source of popular tubing below the dam all the way to the outskirts of New Braunfels.
Gruene is another mecca for daytrippers and country music devotees. Iconic Gruene Hall which opened in 1878 is one of the oldest dance halls in Texas. Once a thriving cotton ...
... look at the facility, so over we went. I also kinda knew that this meant we'd be adding a new member to the family.
Once there, we went to the cat building and they have cages and rooms containing dozens of cats of all ages. Kathy began looking all around and talking with the girl who was working there cleaning cages and helping people handle the cats. One lady planted herself in a room that had at least six cats and ...
... anticipation of the season opener. We seen about as few people climbing Y Mountain as Kevin and I seen climbing Mount Nittany in State College, Pennsylvania last year.
As shocking as the view from the Y was the utter lack of interest in climbing it. Let us tell you, if you make it to Provo, climb to the Y.
So, Sierra and Lindsay and all of you BYU students, please make the 2-mile round trip. Y’all won’t regret ...
... of good places for some grub, and she points us to Swift's Attic. Their concept is small plates to share, so it was perfect for us!!
We find the place and go upstairs. We got super lucky and snag a table in the bar area, otherwise it would have been a two hour wait, and this girl was HUNGRY!! We order drinks, and of course I get a local brew, 512 Wit, brewed in Austin. It was yummy!! The place is basically like a tapas ...
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Scudder Lane, Wimberley | Hotelfrom $99