Stony Ridge Ranch
Travel Blogs from Hondo
Burning up the thorn bush pile and the tank pile. Check back later for more pictures Got a good 3/4 inch rain about 1:00 pm. Carson and I had to give up on work and do some 4 wheeling in the rain and mud. Got some Gopro video to edit and add to this post ...
... was a 10 gallon pail under a water faucet in the adjacent campsite, we made sure there was plenty of water in the pail each day for the animals and birds to drink from during these very hot days.
San Antonio River Walk: We love San Antonio. Four years ago I didn't think there were that many people here, we were told that 25,000 people are moving into Texas each year. Ok, so maybe we will just stay put in New ...
Phil cooked our steak on the grill at the 11th Street Grill restaurant the first evening. We visited with Dave/Linda (our co-campers) and Tim/Julie(next to us).
We had potluck supper the next evening in the rally hall.
Friday was the day to tour other campers, with lots of visiting. We went into town to look around and ate at OST. Phil helped put shocks on Dave's camper that evening.
... after a 90 minute battle on 6 March 1836. Today, the Alamo symbolises the heroic struggle of 200 men against impossible odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom of Texas.
It was an interesting site, had great information on the history of the place and it's hard to imagine the sounds of war and death in such a quiet, beautiful place today.
Well, that was all we wanted to do, so we headed for home (Houston for the time being)!
... my tan, which keeps my skin happy and itch free.
After dinner, we're just hangin' out and doing what each of us likes to do best.
Oh, I should mention that there's no cellphone coverage here, nor is there data. But, there is a decent internet signal.
Later, I'll post today's photos at www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboyo later this evening. Check them out and leave a comment...if you dare, or ...