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... into a hole that led to the caverns in 1920. The caverns, named after the dog, Dixie, are a limestone foundation and travel up into the mountain, rather than down.
Here in Texas, The Natural Bridge Caverns are just northeast of San Antonio, and founded 1960 by four college students from St. Mary's University. The caverns, the largest in ...
... First, the O. Henry House orginally built by German immigrant. Second, the Guenther House, the home a German mill owner. Third, Steves Homestead, the home of another wealthy German immigrant. And finally, King William Street named after Kaiser Wilhelm. Most old houses in that neighborhood were built by German immigrants of the 19th century. Check the pics and you will see why German influence is visible. The villas are built of stone instead of wood as commonly used in the ...
... and tacos (in Germany better known as tortilla
chips). Preferably from Doritos.
Hence, you have two types of body shapes. The oversized one is predominant. The
minority type can either withstand tacos or counterbalances with running.
Specially at the Riverwalk of San Antonio you see quite some runners at any
time of the day.
So now you wonder what I had for lunch today? Of course tacos!! Tacos de
... when that mission was cancelled they declined to use the rocket. It used to sit outside in the rain, however in 2000 they decided to build a shed for it to preserve it for all the awesome people like us to view. It was pretty surreal to think that you're standing next to an actual-sized rocket that almst went into space!
After the tour it was time for us to get picked up. We had lunch on the run in the van, before heding straight down into San Antonio. Kate dropped ...
... we saw in abundance were tall metallic natural gas rigs beside round white holding tanks, and an occasional nearby chimney with flames leaping from the top. For all of my research, I have not been able to identify the purpose for the burning of the gas. Seems like a waste to me. Perhaps it is a safety issue. Who knows. In any event, many land owners in these parts are probably getting rich.
Interestingly, there have been ...