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... the right way, we found the jeep road, and then we were home free! I have not been that tired in a very long time...our foray was 4.5 hours long, and not sure how many miles, but the ups & downs were tough!
Since we survived our epic bike ride, we drove back through Comfort and visited with Kelly's long time friend Mike L. He has ...
... suggested that we check out the San Antonio River Walk. Amidst the concrete jungle of the city we descended down this small staircase and a wonderland opened up before our eyes. The river that run through the city has transformed into a gathering place of restaurants and stores lining the rivers edge. The foliage was beautiful and it was similar to walking through a beautiful garden. Great ...
... lands. Luckily, we had selected a site on higher elevation. And the once dry river was actually a river again. We had received about 12 inches of rain overnight and due to run-off from the hills. Water and logs were seen rushing down stream. It was amazing and we had slept right through it. The pictures tell the story so much better than words. Today, the sun is shining again and it is beautiful again.
... From Lockhart we traveled through New Braenfels. I had heard that this town is famous for outstanding sausage, but the holiday weekend traffic was heavy, and we were full from lunch. We will hopefully visit this town on our next adventure. Off to 1000 Trails RV at Lake Medina.
Travel changed from flat lands to hill country and Jim had his first test of driving ...
... and so delicious.
Spent a couple of hours in San Antonio. We first saw the Alamo and then had a drink at a restaurant on the Riverwalk. Was a nice city but ready to move on.
KOA was in the middle of nowhere. Who ever heard of Kerrville ...