Canyon Lakeview Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Phil's birthday in San Marcos. We set up at Pecan Park and had dinner with cake at a Mexican restaurant. On Thursday, we went to Boerne and visited with the Allens. That evening we had dinner in San Marcos at Cody's (disappointing).
Saturday we went to San Antonio aquarium. Then headed for home on ...
... friend, Kingslea! The next month will go slow as molasses in January but I keep the faith we will have air in our hair and stars above our heads before long! I look forward to start writing about a life of minimalism and what being a rubber tramp is all about again! It changes and downsizes each time we go and it seems with the less we carry, we more we enjoy!
Today we started the day with breakfast with the Gordon's and Nicholson's. It was a good start to the last time we will see them until April. After breakfast we broke "camp" and started for home. We decided to travel I-10 in hopes of avoiding the rain, nooooo. It continued to rain on us for most of the trip. Don't really like traveling around Houston, but at least we were on ...
So today we went back over to the storage place and turned on the generator. No problem, but then again the generator is built to handle 50 amps and everything in "G/G". Now I wonder if the inverter may be the problem. Not that it runs the refrigerator anyway, but........
So I guess we'll find out on ...
... go tomorrow), so we headed back to the campsite, with a stop off at Canyon Lake on the way.
Needless to say, after the fog, the day had been warm and sunny and we'd missed most of it, but we had a walk along the dam. This is certainly a very nice area; green fields, rolling hills, lakes - and we thought Texas was all desert and oil fields!