The tents are raised; the sausages encased. In Germany, tuba players are packing for a long plane ride to Texas. New Braunfels is preparing to do its wurst.
As they have since 1961, the first 10 days of November will fill the town’s 51-acre Landa Park with a celebration of German culture in general and sausage in particular, with music, dancing, yodeling, games and food — sausage, for sure, but also wurst tacos and sauerkraut pizza.
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