Blanco County Inn
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... no one was there- very spooky. I eventually found the rock. Climbed it, was quite a lot harder than is anticipated. I kept thinking I was going to get blown off! It was great though, views for miles over the planes and lots of beautiful spots. Legend says that the Indians use the rock as a spiritual place...and wishing up there might just work. I did my share. On the way back I turned into the drive of a Ranch ...
So today I went and got a car when driving down the loop road to Fredericksburg I started to notice the colossal amount of road kill!!! Dead raccoons, skunks and armadillos!!!!! Wowza. Loads of hawks circling above me to. Anyway, arrived in Fredericksberg after a little stop in Johnson City and went out for some dinner at a German place, had a humongous amount of sausage and then watched an open mic ...
now, this is the last blog, I wanted to say that after so many boat trips, ferry rides and campgrounds we are done, but I didn't want to look up the so many, all I can say is that 11 months on the road is a long time. and the fact that we were mostly at the same place for only a week or less, made it much more exciting as well as exhausting. we will spend longer times at the same place in the future, but neither one of us had ever seen ...
blanco is a very small town in the texas hill country, west of austin and north of san antonio.
we have been to blanco about six other times. our dear dear friend (my adopted brother) willie lives here. so that is how we have found it. also, our friends from minnesota come here and winter, so we look forward to seeing jett and debra. we've stayed here at blanco state park about three other times and we both love it here. it is ...
It was all about LBJ today, with a visit to Johnson City and The Ranch. The visitor center in Johnson City is managed by National Park Service and at the ranch by State and National Parks.
Both locations were top notch. We really enjoyed the driving tour of the ranch. The park service provided a cd for our car, which was an audio guide. We really got to see the working ranch and then toured the Texas White House.
Was a great day. Thumbs up to National and State ...