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... had awesome food, and invited us over. Nice family, a very diverse group.
Last week, Mike and I visited the Steinbach Haus in Castroville. It's a small, medieval house originally built in Wahlbach, County of Sundgau, Alsace, France, between 1618 and 1648 by the Steinbach family who lived in the home well into the 1900's. In 1998, it was given to the City of Castroville, Texas as a gift from the citizens of Alsace, France. ...
We arrived at "Travellers World RV PARK" around 4ish. We set up, changed and headed into town. The bus stop was right on the door step of the park so for $1.20 each we rode into town and did't have to worry about parking. We did a bit of exploring then headed down to the river walk. What a beautiful area!!! The landscaping is awesome!!! We had a nice leisurely dinner at an Italian restaurant on the river walk. Afterwards we did some more strolling ...
... and out of Manchester, from San Antonio, via Detroit, luckily during a very short window of decent weather, free from the constant onslaught of snow-blasting storms that has crippled parts of the northeast.
The baby shower was well planned and beautifully executed, [well done, Jessica] and Kate received a bounty of love and generosity from family and friends. I was happily able to visit with my crew; Jessie, ...
... into a hole that led to the caverns in 1920. The caverns, named after the dog, Dixie, are a limestone foundation and travel up into the mountain, rather than down.
Here in Texas, The Natural Bridge Caverns are just northeast of San Antonio, and founded 1960 by four college students from St. Mary's University. The caverns, the largest in ...
... that we look for before we park the Bounder. They must have sites long enough to accommodate our 50+ feet of motorhome, car dolly and car, as well as full hook-up, satellite friendly sites and allow dogs. (Most private parks allow dogs, while most of the state parks do not.) Finding an RV park is easy, they're everywhere. But trying to find one that offers everything we like, for ...