This is the one weekend of the year that you will not be able to get to all the events held; however, you can give it your best shot, with the segue into this is the big hunting weekend of the year. Once you have gotten your deer, you can head over to the Buggy Barn and eat from a chuck wagon and watch knives being thrown. Or you can go down to Blanco United Methodist Church and have lunch there and indulge your passion for garage sales and baked goods. Then you can go home and sleep off lunch. Once you wake up, you can go back out to the Buggy Barn and dance or you can go two-stepping at Twin Sisters, where you can have a late supper between songs. The food will be pretty good – I know it’s good, because I am married to the chef and he is a much better cook than I am – he is one of those people who can throw things together and have it come out as a gourmet meal whereas I need a recipe and half the time that doesn’t help.
Don’t forget that the Old Blanco County Courthouse carol singing is just around the corner, on the 23rd of November at 5:30, so tune up your pipes and get ready to swing into the holiday season. The annual Blanco County Community Choir Christmas concert is coming soon too – don’t miss it, because it’s going to be the best one ever!
Happy 60th anniversary to Cliff and June Baird! I’m a little late with the wishes, but they are heartfelt just the same.
A shout-out to Ada Cooley and to Gladys Leatherwood (and Robin). It was nice to see Miz Ada Saturday and it will be a treat to see Miz Gladys when she returns to town (and church)! And a shout-out to Miz Pearlie Greebon at Live Oak!
Way to go, Julia Vicars! A hearty welcome to Logan.