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... Saba and stopped at the Wedding Oak Winery. They have a small, but good selection of wines. We then drove back to Brownwood after a full day.
On Sunday, we chilled out at Kathy and Dennis’ house, did some washing, and watched some golf on TV. That afternoon, Shawn came over and we had a wonderful meal from the leftovers from Coopers and the dinner we had on Wednesday, and celebrated Kathy’s birthday with cake, and fresh ...
The day before Thanksgiving, we moved to Brownwood to visit with Kathy and Dennis and Vickie and Jack.
Once we got set up, we went to Kathy and Dennis' house to visit, and later that evening, were treated to pizzas that were stuffed with all kinds of goodies.
Thanksgiving day, we, and their daughters and family met at their house and were treated to a wonderful Mexican food meal rather than the usual turkey, etc - a tradition started a few ...
Missed a few days blog as we visited Bangs, TX Sunday evening and Monday. We had very
limited internet and cell phone signal.
Gary and Dana were military friends that we met when stationed in Germany in the late 60's. We have corresponded all these years and most recently have all been ...
We decided to give downtown Dallas (and the Dealey Plaza where JFK was shot) a miss as the weather is grey and drizzley and we just can't be bothered with the thought of diabolical traffic when the JFK thing is something that our kids wouldn’t enjoy (Kate anyway, I think Josh would). So driving through some little Texan towns today, much nicer than the spaghetti junctions and chaos of Dallas/Fort Worth. Some of ...
... knows why we are here. His part of the book starts off "I'm a ***********", so he signs the book "Big O. B.S. and BBQ - The perfect combo!". He maybe a BS'er, but his BBQ is not! The brisket was very tender and smoky, the suace (there are two kinds) is very good, and the sides are good old fashion Texas good eat'n. The town is one of those "don't blink or you will miss it" places, but we would recommend this BBQ joint to anyone.