River Oaks Resort
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... Happy hour margaritas were calling. Austin has the prettiest drives. Just driving on a normal road your going up through some crazy hills with amazing views. The houses up there must cost a fortune with the views that they have & the size of them. D took me to a place called cheddars for dinner. The food I ended up picking reminded me of a Nandos!! Lemon pepper chicken with rice, chips & coleslaw. ...
... less traveled. This route was so remote we would go a half an hour without seeing another vehicle. About the only thing interesting along this stretch is the National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array. This is by far one of the loneliest stretches of road I have experienced.
Friday morning we were up and about to head out of town when we passed the International UFO Museum & Research Center- Stop! We got to check it out! After a couple ...
The water is so low there is nowhere to float. So James, the boys, and I took the day to drive up the river to see if there were any places with flowing water. We drove through Garner and found the swimming hole which was pretty cool with paddle boats and rope swings. We kept driving north to Leakey and stopped to eat a piece of pie at Mill Creek restaurant. No luck in Leakey either so we came back to camp to get ready ...
... trailer but hopefully they don't mind!
We have seen some pretty interesting signs traveling through Texas. As we head into Western Texas the cities seem to be getting smaller and more remote and they all seem to have a cute sign welcoming you to their city. We especially liked the sign warning us not to pick up hitchhikers as they "may be escaping convicts". Good to know! There has also been ...
... on the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, there’s supposed to be a street party going on in town. So we cross the river and walk down along Willie Nelson boulevard, another street full of lovely shops and restaurants, and down to the party. But everyone just appears to be standing around drinking margaritas, and we’re feeling kind of hungry. Having heard that Austin is home to the original Whole Foods Market, we set out in search of it.
Up to the ...