Silver Spur Ranch
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Spur Ranch Bandera
This place went over and above to make our stay in Bandera a memorable one. The Staff and Management must be applauded. Especially Jay as my girls loved him
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Travel Blogs from Bandera
Well into the Hills we head - Hi Ho Silver in the Dodge!
Our first stop is Wimberly which is a quaint little tourist town which was last year devastated by a massive flood event which was reported on our news and the town is still rebuilding. The destruction was weirdly beautiful with snapped 1.5m diameter trees lining the trickling spring fed …
... breathtaking in this Hill Country. The main drag of Bandera is lined with "Old West" decor shops and architecture with hitching rails at the bars and river running for kayaking fans. Some storm clouds were rolling in so I decided to motel it for the night and head to Gander the next day. The motel was interesting, the bed was AMAZING!
Remember the entry from 5/22/15 describing Lake Medina as being dry for four years and reports of rain in the forecast. Well, as evening approached we experienced heavy rainfall and storms that lasted until early morning.
Jim got up to take Rudy for a walk and came back saying, "Come, You won't believe this. Bring your camera!" Most of our neighbors had been moved during the night due to ...
... windy, country roads. We kept driving higher and higher. After arriving, we took a walk to see the "lake" and were surprised to see a deep valley full of trees and No water. We learned that the lake was man-made and has been dry for 4 years! The dam had been released at that time due to drought to help out the ranchers. [Remember this, as future blogs will give you more ...
... was dismantled and shipped from France to Texas and reassembled in Castroville. It looks like a storybook house from times past. The 400 year old heavy timber framework of the house was re-erected in 1998 and the following year brick and mortar were added to enclose the framework. The roofing tiles, doors, window and shutters were shipped to Castroville from France. The exterior of the house was plastered by volunteer craftsmen in late ...