Thursday, April 3, 2008

Luckenbach and Seguin Texas

Hill country wildflowers. There are not as many bluebonnets as we have seen in the past. Think the winter and early spring was too dry to produce much color.

We took a day trip to San Marcos and Seguin on Monday. San Marcos is an interesting city and I found one of my favorite stores, Half Price Books, there. While in the area we drove a few miles to Seguin, then stopped to check out the Sebastopol House. Built of concrete in 1847, the home has no stairs or hallways connecting any of the rooms. It is an impressive house and the landscaping was really pretty.
Hey Betty Newmon...didn’t you and Rick live in Seguin at one time?

We made a side trip to Luckenbach on the way home from Fredericksburg on Tuesday. We saw the whole population (3) and a couple of roosters. Not much happening there during a weekday. We were invited to come back that night to see “Mr. Jukebox” (whoever that is) perform, but we decided to pass until we actually recognized the singer’s name.

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