Michael Mauldin's Lazy Toad Ranch & Bank Holding Company
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Jacey's home
Kelsey home
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Robot Club & Grille
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The Lazy Toad Ranch is located in the Central Texas Hill Country, just northwest of Austin.

We currently have 5 horses, no bull, 4 cows, 2 steers, 1 donkey, 4 cats and 4 dogs.

We get involved in all kinds of fun projects, such as Burning Man, Pirate Week, Rennaisance Faire, BattleBots and Stunt Flying.


We have several albums in our Travel pages, including trips to Florida for the launches of Atlantis STS-122 and Endeavour STS-123 and STS-126 Japan, the Mediterranean the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Providenciales and Burning Man 2004.

These days we put most of our travel photos on Fuzzy's Facebook Page.

Team Toad

Team Toad is our family's fleet of combat robots.

We competed in BattleBots from 2000 to 2002 (Seasons 2-5). We competed in NERC events and RCG events between 2001 and 2003.

After a haitus from robot combat, we got back into competing at BattleBeach 4, RoboGames 2006 and RoboGames 2008, 2006 RFL Nationals and our latest events Combots 2009 and Robogames 2011.

We're proud to welcome our newest honorary member of Team Toad, SGT Andy Vinh.

Robot Club

Get Metal Munching Maniacs, the DVD. This DVD shows the last tournament held at the Robot Club & Grill on May, 2003.

From the Fall of 2002 through the Spring of 2003 we owned and operated the Robot Club & Grille, the world's only permanent robot fighting facility open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. The club is closed and gone, but the fight record and online store live on.

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