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  • What’s Happening on a Saturday in Uptown Luckenbach, Texas

    Posted by Sgt. Mom on October 6th, 2012 (All posts by )

    Uptown Luckenbach, as opposed to downtown Luckenbach, with the famed dance-hall and concert venue. There wasn’t anything happening, much, that we could see.

    There was a gift shop – well-signposted and advertised … but it seemed to be a self-service kind of place.

    This afternoon seemed to be one of the self-service days. There was only one living being that we could see. Actually, two of them, but this was the only one that I got a picture of.

    Uptown Luckenbach seemed to have a kind of ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ vibe to it … so we drove on. Downtown Luckenbach seemed to be very lively, though – the parking lot was jammed. Ah, well. We drove through Sisterdale and came home. That was my Saturday – yours?

     

    6 Responses to “What’s Happening on a Saturday in Uptown Luckenbach, Texas”

    1. newrouter Says:

      concrete or asphalt plant?

    2. Sgt. Mom Says:

      I honestly don’t know – I thought it looked like a feed plant. We didn’t actually go very far into it. The creepiness factor was too great.

    3. Bill Brandt Says:

      Willie and Waylon are there!

    4. Sgt. Mom Says:

      I don’t know about Willie and Waylon – but there were a lot of motor-bikers. Various little towns and venues like this are a huge draw for bikers on weekends. They love them some day-trips into the hills!

    5. Angie Schultz Says:

      But was anybody feeling any pain? That’s the important question.

    6. Sgt. Mom Says:

      Angie, considering that one of the very popular stops for the motor-bikers was at the Sister Creek Winery tasting room … probably not!