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Rod Schwarzer
Works at John Wiesner Buick GMC
Attends WESTWOOD ELEMENTARY
Lives in Texas
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 The Mary Allen college in Crockett, TX. It was founded in 1886 as an all black girls school. 
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This is inside of what appeared to be an old gas station from the 30's-40's, judging from what we found outside. It is located in Dryden, TX. near Del Rio, on Hwy 90
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 Big Bend NP, Texas. 
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Bon Weir, Texas
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Old east Texas farmhouse
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Old Place near Caddo Lake, TX. 
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Beautiful!
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Gary, Texas. Near Caddo Lake. I had actually grabbed a burger here before. 
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Yeah Daniel, funny thing is that it didn't really look a whole lot different!
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This is the Mary Allen college in Crockett, TX. It was established in 1886 as an all girl black college, by the Presbyterian church. 
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Big Bend NP, Texas
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Great shot +Rod Schwarzer - one of the least crowded National Parks, and a good place to take a short day trip into Mexico too if you bring along your passport!
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Discovery Green in Houston
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Another old Methodist church in east Texas. This one dates to 1845
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  • WESTWOOD ELEMENTARY
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traversing about with a camera in hand
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Secretary of the LSU North Houston Alumni Assn since 2000
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26+ years or marrige with by BF, 3 children
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As little as I can get away with
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  • John Wiesner Buick GMC
    Asst Oarts Mgr, 9 - present
  • Landmark Chevrolet
    Parts Sales Mgr, 1986 - 2008
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I have eaten here twice, and I have no complaints whatsoever. I have eaten the catfish both times, and it tasted good, and was a larger portion that I could finish. The hush puppies are excellent, some of the best I have ever had, and also comes with complimentary cole slaw.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The Azalea Inn is by far the best B&B I have ever stayed in. A person could not go wrong staying here, if fact you will probably be ruined for life, because the bar will be set so high, it would be hard to match. The Azalea Inn is not your sterotypical B&B in the fact that you can have breakfast in the privacy of your own room, as a matter of fact, calling what Ms Valerie serves as "breakfast" is an understatement. What you receive is a epicurean delight, which looks like it came from the pages of a Southern Living magazine. The rooms are very clean and extremely comfortable. If you want some serious R&R sit outside in the patio area, and take in the beauty & solitude of the landscaped garden. The innkeepers are very attentive to your needs, and really care about you enjoying your visit. This place is perfect for a couples retreat weekend, or perhaps a ladies weekend, because Jefferson has some great opportunities for shopping, and browsing antique stores. In addition, the proximity of restaurants is a plus, nothing is more than a mile or two away.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
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