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Casita Rally in Bandera, Texas







We went to our 2nd Casita Rally in Texas this past April. This one was held at "Skyline Ranch RV Park", in Bandera, Texas. They call this rally the "Blue Bonnet Rally", I've only seen blue bonnets online, was super excited to see them in person. Well, guess what??! The blue bonnets bloomed early this year??! WHAT!!! you are kidding??!?!!?

Such a gorgeous area of Texas. If you can imagine 200+ Casitas every where, it is a sight to see. We took this walk to the river twice while there, it is a gorgeous hike & all sorts of creatures area to see. The hubby has gotten the "Casita" all decked out in "Cozy Casa" gear, I never know how it will end up, I have always loved red & white so it works for me. He is the Coca-Cola nut.  I think we were the "bell of the ball", so to speak ...a lot of the folks just keep the normal look of their Casita, the hubby has to be super unique & I think folks enjoy seeing all the creative ways we have done that!! Enjoy your day. Thanks for stopping by. Take care. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth. Sorry you missed the Bluebells blooming. I like your cute Casita with the Coca-cola theme.
Happy Memorial Day, enjoy your new week ahead!
lynn cockrell said…
I have long wanted to see those Texas Blue Bells in person myself, Beth. So sorry you missed them in their glory. Your photos are beautiful! My husband loves Coke too(probably because of his sweet tooth). Your husband must be a design guru because your Casita Coke is adorable!
Missy George said…
Cute..Love the Coca cola decorations..also the horns on that whatever it is...Hope you are having a good weekend..
William Kendall said…
I can't recall hearing of casitas before. I like that gazebo!
TexWisGirl said…
really cute. sorry you missed the bluebonnet bloom.
Ruth Hiebert said…
Lovely picturesThose horns are enough to put fear in me.
I LOVE your little camper- so CUTE!
Michelle said…
I love your casita! So cute!
Beautiful! Those horns are impressive.
oh pooh, i just accidentally deleted some one's comment, why do silly things like that happen? so if it was you, i didn't realize you did stop by. i want to always return the favor by stopping by your blog. don't want this happening again ... have a great week!! thanks for stopping by. ( ;
Maggid said…
What brilliant photos . . . Texas would be super pleased with how they turned out . . . your little place sure looks festive - and - your personal photo = FABULOUS!!!!

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