Canyon Lakeview Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 5 of these missions, built in the early 1700s, along the San Antonio River. Spanish priests established these missions to extend Spain's dominion northward from Mexico and to convert and educate the native population. We visited, in addition to the Alamo, the Concepcion, the San Jose, the Espada, and the San Juan missions -- unbelievably old missions that still hold church services on ...
Thankfully, Dan was discharged from the hospital in Lake Charles, LA yesterday at noon -- he's very tired, has several new medicines to take, but will be okay. We hurried back to the campground because we had to be out before 2:00 P.M. and we just made it -- the new arrivals were waiting for us to leave. Oh well . . . . . Another bump, though -- we hadn't gotten very far into Texas before we had a flat tire on our trailer. Uurrgghh! That caused ...
... went all the way to the floor and the light came back on. So we found a place to pull over and refilled the reservoir once again. By this time we were only 30 miles from the camp ground so we figured we would be good until we arrived. HA!! It was a little hilly so we had to use the brakes more and by the time we arrived at the downhill into Marble Falls, once again the light came back on. We limped through town and out to the campground, got parked and Bob went in search of ...
... 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!
... I wish I could change. There are just too many of us. 24. It's too many. Cliques happen, but this is ridiculous. And the complaining. Ugh. You'd think that 'adults' would realize that they are going to TX to do work, to do service. If helping others doesn't make you feel happier, then why are you here? Ok. Rant over.
I'm one of the very few singles on the trip. It's odd to be in this position, usually I'm on the other end. Everyone calls their other, I blog. Lol. Your win!