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Travel Blogs from Bandera
Our first trip in our new "home on wheels" was to Ingram, TX for the monthly rally with the South Texas Renegades. Arrived on Tuesday and got settled in. Wednesday evening we had an open house to show off the new rig and everyone loved it. It was great having about 18 bodies in here and still had room to move around. Wednesday was uneventful but then Thursday evening the heavens opened up and it poured on the just and the unjust. The ...
... on his success to become a Texas Ranger, a Confederate army captain, a mercantile businessman, banker, philanthropist and wealthy rancher. He is considered to be one of the pioneers who shaped the Hill Country.
The Mansion was begun in 1879 and had several additions over 18 years. Many of the furnishings were original to the house which was given to the Masonic ...
It was so warm last night that we ran the AC fan through most of the night. When I got up about six, it was about sixty degrees out, but cloudy.
It had rained just enough to moisten the earth and clean the windshield a bit. We decided to watch the weather and hopefully take our hike after lunch. It's almost lunchtime and the clouds have lowered to the point that we can't see the hills in the distance. And, were having a ...
We had a beautiful drive today once we got out of the San Antonio area. We soon found ourselves in the famous Texas Hill Country. The winding roads and steep ascents and descents reminded me a bit of home. It was green, however, and the trees weren't pines or firs or even larch, but Live Oaks and such. We did just a bit over a hundred miles and got to our site just in time for lunch.
We took a walk along ...
... or West Virginia. Yes, we passed some Chesapeake pads
too. As you near Sabinal (eat at R-B-Q, better brisket than Rudy's!
honest) you began to notice the changing landscape. The desert
suddenly has given way to the Foothills. The real money in real
estate is near Utopia. Ranch roads with beautiful iron gates and no
house in sight.
These Texas Foothills are the weathered
remnants of a large ...