Coach Light Inn Brenham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... office sent maintenance right over, and they repaired it, so we didn't have to move sites. We've been enjoying watching the resident herd of deer who live here - looks like 2 each bucks, does, and fawns. They're very tame, I think someone must be feeding them, as they come over to the fifth wheel a couple sites down from us almost ...
... 8217; Colorado River is just outside our doorstep and presents itself as a lovely "picture window".
Groceries and 22" wiper blades are on the shopping list for today. We head to town and search out the local Auto Zone, only to find 23" blades for the RV. Well, guess it's better to get larger than smaller in this case. The old ones were over four years old and really don’t do the job anymore. Of course, this all originated from ...
On the way we got a call from Bruce and Rachel. They asked if we were on our way to Stephen F Austin and we said "Yes". They told us they were there waiting for us. What a great surprise! We did a lot of walking and riding our bikes around the park. Rachel and I got to play MJ and we all just hung out!
... days there. Bruce and Craig spent the better part of a day trying to fix a leak in our hot water tank pipes while Shelley and I occupied ourselves with Mah Jongg and biking (Oh, darn!). In the evening we enjoyed a fire and watched the fireflies in the tall grass near our campsite. ...
The beautiful and iconic state flower of Texas, the Blue Bonnet. The whole crew headed to Chapel Hill for the annual Blue bonnet festival, we had a great time browsing the stalls, people watching and enjoying the food. Kettle corn is amazing, fried pickles were great too, all washed down with icy cold ice ...