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Monday, November 20, 2017   /   by Meagan Henry

Wow! Y'all REALLY came through for folks with MS! And I'm a man of my word...

Thank You For Supporting the MS-150!
This has been an amazing week....and Holy smokes! I'm glad that I didn't offer to shave anything else!
Here's a quick little video to show you what you accomplished:

Not only did I become bald yesterday, but we reached, AND BLEW OUT, the number required for me to shave my legs. I decided it was the better part of discretion NOT to make a video of that. However, they should be visible this weekend on my facebook updates through out the event. You can follow that at www.Facebook.com/CowsFearRussPhillips
Thanks again. This has been both a touching and amazing experience for me.  We raised $4,150!!!
....and so...I've joined the ranks of guys that look like this:http://screencast.com/t/0cIaaRpl8Pm
On behalf of my friend with MS and all the folks behind the stories you've shared with me, THANK YOU!
Sincerely, Russ ...

Monday, November 20, 2017   /   by Meagan Henry

If You're Selling Your Home, Consider A Pre-Inspection.

Home Selling Tips: Consider a Pre-Inspection
Well, here we are with another post in our series of home selling tips. Lots of sellers assume pre-inspections are the responsibility of the buyer. But there are significant advantages for having a pre-inspection completed as a seller. Check out this short video tip I put together to learn more.

The Russ Phillips team can help you sell your Georgetown TX Home for Sale.  Please call us for expert, friendly advice.

Monday, November 20, 2017   /   by Meagan Henry

The Georgetown Poppy Festival is Here!

It's Spring, and that Means A Georgetown Poppy Festival!
The sun is shining and the historic Square--Texas' Most Beautiful--is coming to life as we speak. Traffic has been blocked off, tents are being set up, and there's a definite air of excitement in town!
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Each year, the Red Poppy Festival attracts over 40,000 visitors to Georgetown. It's a distinctive, unique Georgetown tradition--something that brings the whole town together. When people talk about loving Georgetown because of its sense of community, this is one of the things they mean. You just don't find a lot of other communities like this out there.
The vendors on the Square will be serving snacks, drinks, food & ice cream. And everyone will bring folding chairs to set-up on the green around the Courthouse to watch the acts on the main stage in the southwest corner.
And they get good musical acts! Tonight, it will be ! ...

Monday, November 20, 2017   /   by Meagan Henry

The Falls of San Gabriel in Georgetown, Texas

The Natural Beauty of the Falls of San Gabriel
Georgetown is a fantastic city. With access to great entertainment, dining, shopping and not to mention a quick and hassle-free route to Austin, its easy to see why it’s one of the fastest growing cities in Texas. And many of the communities in Georgetown take advantage of the beautiful natural setting of the HIll Country. One of the best examples is the Falls of San Gabriel.
Located near Bootys Crossing Rd, just off Williams Drive, the Falls of San Gabriel is a small community offering both great amenities as well as a relaxed lifestyle. Built around a hiking trail and just down the road from Bootys Road Park, homes and lots appeal to nature lovers --there's a 7-acre homeowners park and scenic views of the surrounding countryside. Hidden away among the trees are walking paths to the great secluded fishing spots of the San Gabriel River. The hiking trail is a great way to stay fit and explore the surrounding rock formations, springs and . ...

Monday, November 20, 2017   /   by Meagan Henry

It's a GRUDGE MATCH: Ashley vs. Russ! Who's More Committed?

The Austin MS-150 Is Here

Have you ever heard of the MS-150? It's a bike ride...pedaling...from Houston to Austin. Most people's first question is "Uh....why would you do something crazy like that?" Well, I'll tell you...
I have a friend who has given Multiple Sclerosis a face for me. For her, and many others like her, I'll be riding my bike this weekend from Houston to Austin, in order to raise money for research. And if I hit $2500 raised, my legs get shaved... $2000 gets my head shaved, and we're already very close to that!
Yesterday, I took a training ride for 76.5 miles in and around Georgetown and Liberty Hill areas. It was brutal...much of it being into a headwind. I didn't bring enough food and by the 54 mile mark I was tired. By 70 miles, I was ready to call my wife and ask her to come get me. But I thought of my friend. She CAN'T give up...so I won't either. I finished the ride proud, but exhausted.
So...both Ashley AND Russ are busy fundraising. Since we are very compe! ...