Stony Ridge Ranch
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... breathtaking in this Hill Country. The main drag of Bandera is lined with "Old West" decor shops and architecture with hitching rails at the bars and river running for kayaking fans. Some storm clouds were rolling in so I decided to motel it for the night and head to Gander the next day. The motel was interesting, the bed was AMAZING!
... low 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. 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 and it is beautiful again.
Our day started with a wonderful visit with my nephew, Marty, who met us for lunch in Lockhart, Texas. The drive from I-10 brought us through Lulling, Tx which was an old oil town. As we drove through town we noted small, moving oil jacks in everyone's front yard. Wikipedia says that the oil ran dry, but that the locals have decorated them like lawn art.
... equally awesome grammy. What a great bunch! Please forgive me if I've left anyone out, like I did with my wonderfully forgiving older sister, Auntie Pud, who did not kill me off for my poor judgement.
So here I am back in San Antonio for a little while. We will soon continue on our adventure, heading east and hopefully visit some new places to share on the Bounder Bulletin!
Bye for now, and stay well.
... for so long -- watering the lawn and washing the car!
Our campground has been overrun by a deer herd! We even purchased a 50# bag of feed corn in town to provide daily "feedings" to the poor starving ungulates. One day we took a road trip to Bandara, the original Texas cowboy town!! really!! This is where the cowboy originated!! Anyway, we went to a feed store, bought the corn feed inside the store, the clerk told ...