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Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
... every day! And, coincidentally, our daughter and her husband arrived in Austin to begin new jobs, right at the time of our stay. It made it possible for us to see their new home and to enjoy some time together.
Fredericksburg, Texas houses "Pioneer Village", which has a museum and several buildings from the early settlement days. Fredericksburg is also the birthplace ...
... joke there somewhere). Decided not to do the house tour, but drove by the airstrip and hanger on the way out.
On to Luckenbach, TX, the semi-legendary town from the song Luckenbach, TX (Back to the Basics of Love) by Waylon Jennings. The town (Pop. 3) was bought in 1999 by Hondo Crouch, and converted to a music hall/beer joint. Lots of bikers (riding $40k Harleys and Gold Wings), very friendly ...
... grills, chatted with the fellow patrons, paid $5 for salad and a baked potato, took in the sights of the real cowboys around us and listened to the music (the band didn’t show up). We met several of our fellow RV’ers and had a great time.
Freezing weather again for the evening, so water supply hookups are discouraged and we use our freshly filled internal water supply once again. This cold stuff ...
... they also had ham and prime rib. One of the best Thanksgiving dinner ever, no cooking no clean-up.
A lot of people spend Thanksgiving in Fredericksburg. It was crowded. We spent Friday and Saturday in town shopping (more window shopping). They really have a lot of neat shops, galleries and restaurants. A really fun place to be. A large ...
... direct route and took the old, spectacular route on SH 16 through Medina. It's slow going on the narrow mountain road but the views are worth the extra time. Don't even think about pulling over for a photo op.
We stopped briefly to visit and old friend who owns Brick's River Cafe in Bandera and upon his recommendation stopped by Arkey Blue's Silver Dollar Saloon, one of the more colorful spots in the "Cowboy Capitol of Texas."
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