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... just flying through. Checked out street after street here just cruising around with my boat trailer behind me. Found the hosptial, pretty good sized. Several job postings in healthcare and otherwise. And, still in the hill country with wineries galore!!! This area has some true potential that has sparked my interests.
... off at Junction, TX for a 20 minute all-bus break. Most of the passengers got off, some to join the driver for a smoke, use the restroom, or to buy breakfast, snacks or refreshments I snagged a sausage & cheese biscuit which did an adequate imitation of Mickey D's offering. Adding to it a 1/2 cup of hot chocolate fortified with a light roast blend of coffee and some vanilla flavored half & half, and I had a quite satisfying ...
We started the day off with some home made eggs and breakfast biscuits - the ingredients for which had been provided by our airbnb host. The rest of the morning was spent strolling through downtown Fredericksburg - which is mainly full of twee antique shops and gun shops. We also managed to locate a homemade pie shop...all in the name of trying the local specialities. We had to be back at our cabin for early ...
... at our next home. This time we had a log cabin which was in the middle of a peach orcharc. Unfortunately there were no peaches, but it was very homely and allowed for some great star watching later on. Dinner was in downtown Fredericksburg, where we dined on some Texan specialities (chicken fried quail) whilst listening to a live country band. Given that Fredericksburg was not quite a 24 hour type of town, we headed back home early and watched ...
... and the cooks fed the whole staff every day, cooking over a wood stove. They sure were tough back then.
After we left the farm we drove to Luckenbach, TX. This is the town that Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson made famous with a song. Just pretty much a general store and post office, but they hold concerts there several times a year ...