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Living in Garden Ridge, Texas:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If moving to Garden Ridge, TX, expect to be embraced by the most incredible sense that radiates feelings of pure joy and assurance. Garden Ridge, is simply awesome. Garden Ridge, is QUIET, CALM, and CONFIDENT. Early in the mornings, and again in the evening, families of deer stroll across our lawns, and through the yards, checking out every detail out in the open. They parade their elegance & grace for all to see. They come at their leisure. You will have to stop and take it all in. The scenery here, is truly what you except to find on a canvas, painted by a fantastic artist. You will turn your photos into greeting cards. The trees are majestic and grand. There is a sense of goodness and beauty that’s hard to touch. Garden Ridge is nestled, and tucked away, off from the beaten path. You will know you are here when you cross into this small little Texas town, when you feel paradise descend upon you. So blessed and just a better human being after spending the past 10 years here. Best, BEST, best, SCHOOLS! Beyond heartbroken to have to leave.

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