Hideout on the Horseshoe
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... at LOWES. It should fit in the space without difficulty. It will be delivered to TRS while we're gone and then we will make an appointment to have them install it. We purchased a 3 yr service agreement, but now I wonder how it will be serviced since it will basically be built in. Oh well, hopefully we won't have to worry about ...
... our legs' at the San Marcos outlet mall. $300 later we arrived at our hotel with more shopping bags than we could carry 55357;& #56501; Our hotel is sparkly clean & very comfortable & we are looking forward to a good nights sleep...after we've tried on all our new ...
... for the woods and walked around to see if we could find the tracks of the herd of pigs. Anthony had shot one of the pigs the night before but was not able to follow it because of the dark and the rain. Todd had game cameras set up and caught the pigs on camera when Anthony shot one of them. Todd and I drove the girls back to the camp just before the skies opened up, torrential rain and thunder and lightning. We still went back to the stands to see if we could get anything but ...
It rained a little last night and today we found another leak. However, it wasn't from the rain! This time it was the ice maker. There was a large puddle of water at the bottom edge of the refrigerator. We finally found the water turn off, so now we have to buy ice until we decide on the residential refrigerator we want installed. Really would like to get that completed before our New Year's trip. We'll just keep ...
... recreated during the 1880's. One of the small houses was made of glass bottles.
While we were there we visited a museum that a man named Jack Glover that did a fabulous job of putting together things from Indian collections to his own personal memorabilia. He told us some stories from his World War II days among others.
After walking these two towns (Wimberly and Pioneer) we ate lunch ...