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Saturday, April 6, 2013

F for A-Z Challenge 2013

F-Fredericksburg, Texas

Fredericksburg is located in Texas Hill country and has a rich heritage of German culture such as the
 Although it was re-built in 1936 it was the first public building in the town, and it served as a town hall, school, fort, and a church for all denominations. It is just one of many historical buildings found through out this area.
This is an area  that I have visited and must say the stone work on the historic buildings is just amazing and I loved the down town area. Easy to stoll...
There was a little German restaurant close to our hotel and the food was delicious!
You can drive for miles and miles

and never tire of the sights...
from peach groves
To a herb farm
 where you may want to stop in and have a wonderful fresh salad for lunch.
Herb Farm Salad Mixed greens with strawberries, raspberries, sliced Granny Smith apples, candied pecans and stilton blue cheese tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette
To wineries (wine tours are available)

and long horn cattle
Trust me on this.....Fredericksburg and the surrounding area it is a great place to visit.
Happy Trails


Dana said...

I love the color in that herb farm picture!

Nancy said...

Nothing beats seeing a road adored with bluebells. Lovely!

Coffee Lady said...

Nice pictures. Looks like a destination I would love to make one day. Great post!

Granny Annie said...

I did not realize I have been gone so long and didn't know I would have to tour Amherst Bozeman, Charleston, Dover, Eugene and Fredricksburg to catch up with your A-Z challenge. Good job!

Elliot B said...

This seems like a cool little town. I loved the picture of the herb farm with all the flowers.
We Are Adventure

Lady Di Tn said...

I am so happy you like to do these challenges as we get to tag along. Peace

Linda said...

I love Fredericksburg!! The bluebonnets are just now blooming here in the DFW area!

Wool Winder said...

We were just in Fredericksburg last month. Shopped at Dooley's 5 -10 & 25 cent Store and had lunch at Wheeler's -- cornbread and beans -- so good!