Thursday, October 31, 2013

Thursday October 31, 2013-Inks Lake State Park

Well, from yesterday's post, below you will find the winner! According to the reader's votes, this one was the popular winner. And thanks to all of you that cast a vote. I appreciate it.

Happy Halloween!

It rained all night long and more rain was predicted for today, so we walked the two circles that we still needed to work on and found that only three fire pits need work. They were still very wet, so we decided to put off our work until tomorrow. It turned out to be a perfect day with clear blue skies and low 70's temperatures, a great day for a drive!

There is a special Munzee game going on that ends tonight, so Stella and I drove over to Luckenbach to see Waylon, Willie and the boys, and most of all for me to capture an Eyeball Munzee and one more that was there.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
Here is Stella standing on the porch of the Luckenback Post office. There were a surprising number of people in town today.

We went to Fredericksburg for me to capture the Munzees there and it took me a little while to find all of them. Fredericksburg is a very interesting town and I am thankful for all of my friends that deployed Munzees all over the place.
We decided to stop at the famous Bluebonnet Cafe in Marble Falls for a quick meal. The pictured items are not loaves of bread, but home made pies. I didn't get one today- you know, the diet and all that- but it sure was tempting.

Here are some cut pies that show the height of the meringue on the pies. Makes my mouth water...

We got back home and I built a small campfire outside. It was nice to sit out in the cool evening but it soon got chilly and we came inside. You can rest assured that we will have many more fires before we leave here....

So long.

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