Settlers Crossing Bed and Breakfast
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... we went out Monday night and Wednesday night. Some of us then just sat outside until almost 9 visiting and catching up.
Wednesday morning brought the washing team of one. He started at 9 and finished about 12. He did a great job. He washed the roof and then worked his way down. After washing, he hand waxed and buffed. Now "G/G" is nice and shiny and it will probably rain! But "G/G" hasn't looked this good since it rolled off the assembly line! We all sat across ...
... Guadeloupe River. The view is wonderful and there are trails to hike, which I intend to do in the morning.
The only eventful thing to happen today was we picked up a nail in one of the tires on the Honda. Thanks to my handy I-Phone, we found a place to fix it and it took 15 minutes and $15.00. Eazy-Peazy!
Well, here we are at Miller Creek in Johnson city. This is the site of our Sep Renegade rally. So far there are three couples here, but it's only Monday. More will be coming in all the way til Thursday. Think this is going to be a small rally, according to the office, there are only 17 coaches reserved at this time. We arrived about 3pm, back into the heat. We are using the air conditioner for the first time in 2 weeks.
We left Fort Stockton this morning about 9:30. ...
... produced in the USA each year. We passed thru a few oil towns on the way with Pecos being one of them, at one end of the town was run down with most of the shops closed and once over the rail line a new town has sprung up with a Walmart (of course) with a new sub division of houses and shops.Talking of gas (petrol in Oz) we are paying on average $3:20 a gallon which is about 86c per lt. ...
... clown who kept the crowd laughing even before the show started. At every show we went to Giselle and the kids sat in the splash zone. Jeff, Dad and I wanted no part of that. Poor Michael wanted to get wet at every show but the whales would always miss them! Finally at the last show we attended they got drenched. Michael was so pleased! It was a long, hot, hot day but a wonderful day in spite of it. I am sure the kids will remember it ...