The lake is really calm this morning.
I don't think these are dinosaur tracks...there are plenty of them around here though. Maybe someone will be looking at them encased in stone some day.
Presents for the Pink FlaminGoes are under the tree in the RV.
And then we were off to Wimberley for lunch and a bit of wandering around.
This little "garden" is just behind some of the buildings around the main square. Some very artistic whimsical metal sculptures. There is an alligator family and numerous other animals scattered around.
On the other side of the square, there were dachshunds and lizards guarding the storefront.
And then there are the boots. There are dozens of boots scattered all over town. This one is pretty glitzy.
A shop with a European accent.
The Lane House is just around the corner in the square. When I was here the last time, they were working on it.
It's hidden behind this pretty gate. Unfortunately, the shrubbery is pretty thick so you can't see it all that well.
This is the fence around the courtyard. The rock house is off to the left...not the yellow one. I don't think anyone would want to climb over this fence with the sharpe rock on top.
Another house in front of Queen Be.
Kiss the Cook always draws in the crowds. If they don't have it, you probably will never need it for cooking. Lots of really neat stuff inside.
A Gourmet Popcorn Shoppe.
Another beautiful boot.
Cypress Creek has more water in it than I have ever seen. Downtown Wimberley seems unaffected by the May and October floods although INOZ does have a brand new patio.
Lots of good places to eat in Wimberley.
Liz did a whole FB posting on boots.
The Hog Pound was quiet when we walked by. I looked for your horse Carolyn but couldn't find it anywhere.
The Zipliners have a boot too.
We just had a passing glance at the Wimberley Pie House.
A boot for a Boot Store.
Quiet down this little alley today.
Wimberley is truly "A Little Bit of Heaven".
The Ice Cream Shop called but we couldn't answer after the lunch we had.
Some cute little owls keeping watch over a wintery looking Christmas tree. Never fear....the snow is not cold.
It's always nice to visit Wimberley and show it off to friends. There is always something new to see.