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... all had flood gauges that went up to 5 feet, so I suspect all of the roads had gates that could be used to close the roads to through traffic during flash floods. Of course, this is all speculation at this point.
Someone gave us directions to a picnic site which turned out to be a wonderful spot at a Lookoff point on the top of a hill near Ink ...
... by keeping the back of my cooling vest cool. I hope I have pictures of the soggy travellers to share later. I think the hotel staff thought we were totally nuts as most of the group were wet when we arrived. They have been stuffing bags of ice in their shirts to keep them cool and sucking on the ice cubes as they ride. The big wet spots around their ****** area where all ...
... and referred to me as a wino with a proud smile.
It was a little shocking, but I let it go. Until he did that at the next wine tasting, and the one after that. Finally, I pulled him aside and asked him what his definition of "wino" was. "Oh, a wine lover, right?" he replied with confusion.
We still laugh about that one, and call our trips to Texas Wine Country our wino trip.
... Pat was riding ahead of where I sat and other times, I drove ahead 5 -8 miles and waited for him to catch up. I witmessed the Border Patrol often in their tracking for footprints. Many times, I got out of the car to take a photos. Later, Pat explained that I might be messing up their tracking! Uh Oh!
Since there often were no services for radio and cell, I ...
... to Johnson City and stopped at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Johnson City. This is the boyhood home of LBJ and also the home where his grandfather settled in was located on the property. The visitor center had exhibits and films about LBJ and his wife.
Johnson City is named after one of LBJ's relatives (I believe his granduncle). LBJ’s father ...
Other places to stay in Johnson City
625 Nugent Avenue, Johnson City | 3 star b&bfrom $162