The Lodge of Granbury
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... that this experience brought me. I can tell that I have changed in the way I view so many things, people, the world, myself. I wouldn't change a thing out of this study abroad trip. Every missed flight, boring evening, stressful situation and confusing conversation was just as special as all the food, fun, friends, and great travels I had! And with that, thus ends my blog. Grazie, Auguri, e ...
Seeing on Facebook that a few of my friends were out wine tasting... And I find out they were in Fredericksburg, TX !!! About a 4 hour drive! I invite myself! Due to my car situation--2000 Honda Civic with 260000 miles. I call Enterprise Rent a car, they stay open until I get there. I'm thrilled!!!! I go to Aledo's Football game, go home, pack.... Sleep for a bit and head down the road at ...
... created some of the iconic images of the old west.
I've always been a big fan of these two because they show the old west as we imagine it to be. Russell worked as a cowboy in Montana before becoming a world famous artist and Remington did most of his work from New York.
This was a big thing for me, seeing such iconic images as ...
... gotten around half the tables. It doesn't matter, I never saw the .303 I wanted.
We flew home to Burleson, because we had a ghost tour booked at Old Burleson, the tourist/dining precinct of the Town. The ladies at the ghost tour took us around several of the older buldings, telling us tales of gruesome deaths and depression era outlaws.
From there it was to home, to dream of vengeful spirits? Possibly, I can never remember my dreams.
The day started when Dan announced that we were going to go and find some of the local geocaches that Sam had looked up online the night before. For those who are not aware, geocaching is a fun little pastime in which people who have no friends use a GPS to find "caches" left by other people with no friends.
While we drove to our first location, Sam outlined her usual geocaching tactics. In a nutshell, it basically ...