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

Second Leg: Please, PLEASE, Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by billiamlea on Jul 29, 2015

4 photos

... and Bungalow. It's literally a bungalow that has been turned into a bar. I don't know what I was expecting from the name, but it lived up to its name. I want to stress here that we DID NOT steal their pint glasses. However, we now own two beautiful new pint glasses. These things are completely unrelated. Sleepy time now. Tomorrow we're moving onto Santa Fe to leave this place to the cockroaches and mice!     ...


A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Apr 15, 2015

22 photos

... very weird, something to do with consumerism or something like that, see the photo!

Next stop was a short hop up to the nice little town of Fort Davis, where after chilling out for the day, we went along to a star party at the McDonald Observatory as this part of Texas is supposed to have the best night sky anywhere in the US. After a cloudy day, we thought we'd see nothing, but by night the cloud cleared completely and with no moon, we saw ...

How do you pack for a year of travel?

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 01, 2014

5 comments, 1 photo

... Chappell for that!

People kept asking us "are you ready?", "how do you pack for a year?". On the first question, you are never fully ready. There was a mad scramble at the end packing up our house, which we left in less-than-ideal condition. Luckily, we have amazing friends who made it all possible. We were reminded time and again, how lucky we were to have such an amazing group of friends who encouraged us, prodded us ...

Our entry into an "earlier world"

A travel blog entry by allendragon on Jun 03, 2013

7 photos

After a great few days with Chris & Austin together at home, we headed off to Austin to immerse ourselves in the world of recorders, shawms, viols, gambas, crumhorns, and all manner o f forgotten instruments (and the people who play them). We arrived at Concordia University just in time to sign in, settle into our room and grab some dinner.


The Day I Did Really Cool S#!%

A travel blog entry by lindseylyons on Mar 23, 2013

6 photos

... t think I would enjoy having to stop myself!

One thing to be aware of is that two of the hills are a little rough to get up. You should be fine, but if you are genuinely someone who can't exert themselves physically what-so-ever, you should not do this. But I have asthma and was able to do it; it was my legs that hated me when it was over! But incredibly worth it. One of the coolest things I've ever done and I can't wait ...