Out on Ranch Road 470, you would pass right through Tarpley and Mac & Ernie’s, if someone didn’t tell you they were there. Like many small towns in the Hill Country (and in Texas, in general), Tarpley consisted of one, small, non-descript general store, a similarly non-descript honky-tonk (which I didn’t even see, but Brett and Gil mentioned it), and Mac & Ernie’s, which is also so non-commercial, that you would easily cruise right by it, if someone hadn’t told you about it. 340 more words
By the time I finished the hike at Enchanted Rock, I needed a meal…a late lunch or early dinner. My original plan was to stop at the… 969 more words
On my way to Pedernales Falls State Park I stopped briefly at the Blanco River State Park in Blanco. You could do a free 10-minute quick drive-through, or pay the nominal park fee. 994 more words
Hey, y’all! I’m back! I’m in Austin right now. Got here yesterday, late afternoon, and I’ll be here for the next two nights.
Really sorry for the long absence…but, you can’t say that I didn’t warn yuh. 1,607 more words