Homestead Cottages on Cypress Creek

Address: 107 Scudder Lane and RR 12 (CR 316), Wimberley, Texas, 78676, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 107 Scudder Lane and RR 12 (CR 316), Wimberley, is near Wimberley Glass Works, Bella Vista Ranch, Corral Theatre, and Central Texas Bonsai Exhibit at Jade Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Wimberley

Finally ready and they are off!

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 07, 2014

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... br> Did take some time out to go to Badu House for music Thursdays, Crawfish Festival Wednesday night, and a couple of kayak breaks on the river. One of the days we kayaked on our side of the river and went up the creek that is across the river from our house. There was enough water to go up past the bridge and it was so very beautiful and lush. One of those places where "if the trees could talk" there would be a lot we could learn!

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Traveling and Laughs!

A travel blog entry by lindseylyons on Dec 29, 2012

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... probably was! However I got really nervous when, while with our friends who are from the area, we would run into people they'd know, we'd tell them where we were going, and they looked at us crazy. I started to wonder if we made a mistake going. The general feeling was that it was for the older crowd. I was so nervous, thinking that I had ruined the night by suggesting and booking the tickets.

WE DID NOT. It's definitely not ...

Across East Texas to Austin

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 09, 2012

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... to pump water into the troughs, the auction houses at key locations. Now I understand Uruguayans going to study at Texas A and M. Its like coming home. Only the eucalyptus were missing.

In the middle of cattle country lies Livingstone, which became my archetypal Texas country town. Friendly but tough, I had a nice meal at the local cafe and then someone tried to do me out of ten dollars when I filled up with gas.

Going West gets tough in ...

BBQ in Austin, TX, yea!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Jul 30, 2012

... library patrons had mentioned the strange fact that a girl on a laptop was sitting in the sun during 40 (102) degree heat. After 2 hours of sitting in the sun doing paperwork they finally invited me in (initially they had asked me to sit around the side of the building where all the homeless people were… ah, NO! Not with my laptop, no way!) Somehow, even with the heat, I didn’t feel that hot though, but I let the security guard ...

Year end wrap up

A travel blog entry by restlessriders on Dec 30, 2011

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... amazing adventures we had these last couple of months.

Wow what a way to cap off a pretty rough year. We can't wait until next week when we start off 2012 with our next big adventure - Haiku Nature Hike. 2012 will be one big adventure after another with the high point being Alaska to see the Northern Lights.

A special shout out to G-O-D for keeping us safe and blessing us beyond our wildest dreams in 2011.

Happy New ...