Sunday, July 5, 2009


This post may also be titled, Please Send My Cats as I Have Moved. I have wanted to come here for a long time, and my wonderful husband made it happen on this trip. Houses in Fredericksburg are often featured in Country Living, so I knew it had to be something special. So far I haven't been disappointed. We drove around tonight, saying "look at that house!" and "did you see that log house?" I have to keep reminding myself to close my mouth. It is a cool place.
For supper, we ate at the Auslander Biergarten. I am usually a big fan of eating outside, but we were already so hot from walking around that we opted to wait until there was a table in the air conditioned dining room. It was worth the wait! I had a delicious chicken fried steak and David had Käsewurst. It was excellent.
On the walk back to our hotel, we saw the late day sun shining on these two outbuildings across an empty lot. Everything here looks like it should be a postcard. We will be here all day tomorrow, and I am already planning to return. Maybe when it's cooler. :)


Cynde L. Hammond said...

Hi, Erin.

I've been to the Fredericksburg in Virginia, but not the one in Texas. This one looks really great, too.

What happened to your cats? Did they take off when they found out that you had moved? That will make me cry if that happened to you! That would be SO tragic!

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Keetha Broyles said...

I LOVE these travel posts. Love them.

Those doughnuts look "to die for" and I'm not even much of a doughnut connoisseur.

Love traveling "with" you!