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Like thousands of other Texas pioneers, Virginia native John B. Omohundro headed for the Lone Star State after the Civil War, in which he had served as a Confederate scout.
A barrel-shaped building called the Spyglass stands on stilts at the end of a leafy path.
Inside the Pearl Harbor Exhibit at the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, the sound of a submarine pings in the darkness.
The Albert Hotel Aims to Bring Contemporary Style, Rooted in Historical Structures, to Fredericksburg’s Main Street
Up and down Fredericksburg’s historic Main Street, 19th-century stone buildings stand like old trees, deeply rooted in the city’s German history.
Dozens upon dozens of local families and individuals contributed recipes handed down through generations, and a team of 15 Gillespie Country Historical Society volunteers compiled the works—including numerous family stories, anecdotes, and nuggets of history—to round out a 200-page book.
Run by the Williams family, Iron Goat opened in 2016, and is already racking up awards for its rums (silver, aged, and cinnamon), tequila-like agave spirits (silver and aged), and unique honey-based liquor.