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4.17.2012

i miss you ...


happy times in gruene, tx

xxx

12 comments:

gz said...

just what verandahs are for.

Dave Renfro said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07_rnlBezQg

Gary's third pottery blog said...

SOUB + RDM!

goatman said...

I love the lighty place of peace opposing the "darkness visible" off in the distance. A keeper . . .

red dirt girl said...

gz ~ oh so true!

dave ~ LOVE IT!

gary ~ yep, that's us, outed ;)

goatman ~ what a lovely thought, and indeed, a keeper :)

xxx

Adullamite said...

Outed! :)
Lovely.

soubriquet said...

That's a Soubriquet impersonator she hired for the pic. The real guy's far more handsome.

red dirt girl said...

Thank you Adullamite !
xxx

red dirt girl said...

Careful. I'm pretty partial to that there impersonator ... and he's a 10 in my book ;)

xxx

bulletholes said...

Gruene Texas....tough to find a better place to be. Ya'll look so nice.

red dirt girl said...

Ahhhh thanks, cowboy. Gruene was great but a bit too touristy ... we really fell in love with Bastrop!

xxx

soubriquet said...

Dave Renfro!

Swingin'!

Dang that's so cheesy! but swinging's a great way to unwind at the end of a long day. There's a story, a long, long day story that precedes that swinging, and a lot of miles, which I'm getting ready to tell, soon.
Oh. And in the picture, there's a little bottle of beer in my hand. I saw it behind the reception at the b&b, and requested a couple of bottles of 'dog', which bemused the receptionist. Newcastle Brown Ale.
Picture my surprise, when I read the label, and discover that this Newky Broon wasn't brewed in Newcastle, but about ten miles from my own front door! So we reunited, a yorkshireman and a bottle of beer brewed from yorkshire's water, with my arm around my honey, in a gentle Texas breeze. Bliss.