Loblolly Pines Village
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... life-long effects on us.
We have a lot of work to do now, and a lot of catching up with friends. I promise I'll find time in there to do a few posts on the last few stops on our trip.
Thanks again. We couldn't have done it without you!
... there's a big sign."
Our lunch was pretty darn good I must say and I'm still floating from the bottomless iced tea. When we left Pecan Street we went directly to LBJ's boyhood home across from the old (but active) Johnson City Post Office. Ben was quick to point out that Ted Nugent also had a ranch around these parts. Not able to find anyone in Johnson City who knew where Mr. Nugent's ranch was we apparently went to the LBJ ranch by ...
... about an hour from San Antonio. We are staying here two nights . Yeah! One day without driving except to see the sights. Hoping to see my sister Michele's best friend Cheryl who lives in Austin. Ive known her since age 13. And we must check out the alamo and river walk. Riley is very happy with the proximity to the Colorado river. He had a ball ...
... down to camping area. Not too convenient but fine. The grilled burgers and portabello mushrooms were delicious. Beef burgers had blue cheese and spices and turkey burgers had cranberry and gorgonzola. Soooo good. Mollie barked throughout the night. We found out ...
... reasons, one if which was to replace the power
steering pump. They put in a remanufactured part that immediately went bad again.) Phil is currently on his way back from Austin with the truck which now has a brand NEW pump.
In case you are interested, the rest of Genevieve's journal entry translation is:
"We are still not out of town!!! We ...