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Lonestar Round Up Kickoff BBQ

Discussion in 'The 2020 Lone Star Round Up' started by McTullis, Apr 6, 2019.

  1. McTullis
    Joined: Jun 20, 2005
    Posts: 379

    McTullis
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    The oak is cut and the animals slaughtered. Time again to set them ablaze for the Lonestar Roundup Kickoff BBQ. Meet us at the old Beyersville Hall outside of Taylor for an afternoon of gluttony and revelry. The finest Texas country, rockabilly and swing from Giddy Up Go! and The Honky Tonk Saints. Food service begins at high noon!

    To get to the Beyersville Hall from I-35 on the north side:

    Take Hwy 79 east to Taylor.
    After taking the south loop around Taylor on 79, turn right on FM 112 / E. Walnut St.
    Go a short distance on 112 and take a right on FM 619.
    Beyersville Hall / Lodge will be on your right about 3 miles down the road.

    To get to the Beyersville Hall from I-35 in Austin:

    Take Hwy 290 east to Elgin.
    Take a left on Hwy 95 in Elgin and head north towards Taylor.
    About 8 miles down the road in a tiny town called Coupland, hang a right on FM 1466.
    FM 1466 will dead-end into FM 619. Turn left onto FM 619.
    Beyersville Hall / Lodge will be on your left about 2 miles down the road.

    To get to the Beyersville Hall from Houston via 290:

    Take 290 west to Elgin.
    Take a right on Hwy 95 in Elgin and head north towards Taylor.
    About 8 miles down the road in a tiny town called Coupland, hang a right on FM 1466.
    FM 1466 will dead-end into FM 619. Turn left onto FM 619.
    Beyersville Hall / Lodge will be on your left about 2 miles down the road.

    To get to the Beyersville Hall from Houston via 71:

    Take 71 west to Bastrop.
    Take a right on Hwy 95 in Bastrop and head north towards Elgin. Keep on 95 north of Elgin towards Taylor.
    About 8 miles down the road in a tiny town called Coupland, hang a right on FM 1466.
    FM 1466 will dead-end into FM 619. Turn left onto FM 619.
    Beyersville Hall / Lodge will be on your left about 2 miles down the road.


    If you want to see rural Texas and blaze your own trail, click this link for a map of the Hall's location: http://g.co/maps/889eq

    Be there!
     
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  2. If you haven’t made it out to this, you’re plain missin’ out!! Nice ride out too, get outta the traffic. A MUST do. THANKS. to all that make it happen!
     
  3. Turnipseed
    Joined: Oct 26, 2010
    Posts: 110

    Turnipseed
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    I spent many a Saturday night at Beyersville Hall when I was in high school. I grew up about 10 miles south of Beyersville on FM 619. The "Farelles" (sp?) were a popular band that played there in the late '60s. Wish I could make it up there this year, but the T-bucket isn't quite ready for a road trip.
     
  4. ATXDave
    Joined: Nov 2, 2018
    Posts: 4

    ATXDave

    Sorry for the dup photos - HAMB isnt clear on how to edit and you'll have to scroll thru a bit....... was a great day and amazing rides!
     

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