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Jan 24, 2010 - Bee Cave Texas

We needed some supplies for today’s Roast Beef and noodle dinner so we headed to Bee Cave TX. They have a fabulous shopping center and a great HEB grocery. The shopping center also is the home of City Hall. You see this government building and you know where your tax dollars went. The Bee Cave library is also in the same complex. The City of Bee Cave is rich in history. The city, as we know it today, did not exist until 1987, but the idea of an area where people could live without the influence of "big city" government has been the area's...

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Feb 14, 2009 - Valentine's Day in Texas

For Valentine’s Day Nancy and I went to Verde’s Mexican Restaurant just outside of Bee Cave TX. I can tell you the dinner was great and it is the first Mexican restaurant where the food was freshly cooked and not microwaved. I had Enchiladas which were cooked in layers and not wrapped as you normally would see them. Extra tasty and freshly cooked. Not sure of the history of Texas Driveway gates, but no matter where you drive in this state, no matter the size of the property, everyone has a gate across their driveway. These driveways are...

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Feb 8, 2009 - Bee Cave TX

The City of Bee Cave is rich in history. The City did not exist until 1987, but the idea of an area where people could live without the influence of “big city” government has been the area’s “calling card” for over 140 years. As early as the 1850s, Dietrich Bohls moved from Austin to his new home at the confluence of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek. The population of Austin had reached 900 people, and Mr. Bohls was looking for a place to raise his family away from the confines of the city and its influence. At the time, the land west...

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