BlissWood B&B at Lehmann Legacy Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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With a new battery in place we thought we had Scotty's bike sorted, but it wasn't to be. When we stopped for fuel in a small town called Sulphur the bike died, and despite our best efforts couldn't be coaxed into life again. Believe me, trying to bump start a 230 kg bike in near 40 degree temperatures while you're wearing biking gear is no fun.
We had no choice but to call on Jim again. While we were waiting, one of ...
Bit blurry eyed this morning and we get on the road about 830 . Scottys bike has been fixed and is running ok (or seems to be). 400 miles to do today to get to the other side of Houston so mainly riding on the interstate. Blimey it is very hot and humid again.
About 200 miles into our journey we stop for fuel and food and guess what Scottys bike will not start. We get him going with a ...
Today we took a historic tour, sponsored by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. We started at the Stafford Opera House and ended at the Christmas House. We had a private tour from a lovely lady, Tess, who showed us great Texan hospitality. After the 2 hour tour we headed to Mikeskas Bar-B-Que for a great dinner. The ribs were the best we ever ...
... some as large as 12-14 feet long. We took a couple of pictures and kept walking.
Before long we encountered another one, about six feet long, lounging on the bank. It almost looked dead as it had its eyes closed and never moved. More pictures and on we went. In all, we saw more than a dozen alligators of various sizes and age, either in the water, on the banks or crossing the path. It was incredible. Cheryl read an informational ...
5400 miles so far.
Reluctantly packed up and left Port Aransas. It was the kind of laid-back, not too commercialized place that we have always liked. Would definitely return, but it is a LONG way from Michigan or North Carolina. Lot of people from Minnesota, Dakotas, Midwest vacationing here. RV heaven - you can park your RV right down by the beach - have to get a Parking Permit, but still pretty cool. Took the ferry across ...