In our continuing journey to find a community of RV port homes, we journeyed to Mission Texas. A small community at the southeastern tip of Texas, on the Rio Grande. We found a small, laid back community, friendly people, a low-cost of living and pickleball. … Continue reading →
When we planned our 2 month excursion, we did a lot of research to find a downtown location in Austin. We had never visited Austin, but always wanted to based upon its reputation as a hip, laid back, high-tech, college town. We found the Pecan Grove RV Park and booked a stay despite some of the reviews. This is an urban campground, which has only 12 transient sites, since 90% of its occupants are … Continue reading →
We checked the weather apps and radar about a dozen times this morning. We found a clear hour in San Angelo to break camp, and planned our trip so we might actually find a dry hour or two to set up camp. Fortunately our GPS took us by way of Routes 87 and 290. As we drove through Fredericksburg we recalled a friend recommending this small town for a two-day stop. … Continue reading →
When I was a little girl I read a book called I Can Fly. It was an easy book, along the lines of See Spot Run. Despite the title it was not the classic written by Ruth Krauss, but rather a book about a young girl that defies her parents’ wishes and takes flying lessons. Pretty progressive for 1960. (If my mother reads this, she will most likely be shaking her head.) Anyway, … Continue reading →
We drove 377 miles west today. We broke the 330 rule (i.e. drive no more than 330 miles or no later than 3:30 in the afternoon), but there aren’t a whole lot of choices once you leave San Antonio on I-10. We did see a billboard advertising caverns in Sonora, but we blinked and missed the town.