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The End, for Today When The Elephant Was Still In The Parade Watch his Feather Milady - 2014 Queen of the Opossums - 2014 Get Thy Buns Though The Gate Yes, I am rather impressed with myself The King is Happy, we're Happy - 2014 Lined up all the way to the privy


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I-45 north, left Hwy 105 to Plantersville, left FM 1774, festival 6 miles on right.

Don’t go through Magnolia! I’m serious; don’t do it. If you take FM 1488 from I-45, you will hit major construction about six miles from Magnolia, and when you get through that the highway is only 2 lanes. If you come up the Tomball Parkway (TX 249) that is the way everyone’s GPS sends them, you have to cross a busy railroad and it can backup for hours. Don’t think something like Google Maps or Waze are going to find you an alternate route either, residential and side roads are closed to through traffic. I’m serious, Don’t go through Magnolia!


Hwy 105 west through Cleveland, Conroe, and Montgomery, left on FM 1774 in Plantersville, festival 6 miles on right.


I-37 north to Hwy 77, Hwy 59 east to Houston, I-45 north to Conroe, Hwy 105 to Plantersville, left on FM 1774, festival 6 miles on right.


I-10 east to Sealy, Hwy 36 north to Brenham, Hwy 105 east through… Continue reading