River Oaks Resort
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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 ...
... of the Alamo and the brutal end that came to its brave inhabitants.
Seeing the Alamo was great, and the history is awe-inspiring, but something really bugged me. They've turned this shrine to American history into sort of an amusement park. All around the Alamo there are attractions like Ripley's and theme park rides. I understand that they are trying to cash in, but man...it left me with a bad taste in my mouth.
After grabbing some lunch, it was ...
... you know, you don't pick the boot, the boot picks you". Yeah, I have heard that before... in a MOVIE ! That wasn't very helpful. And I don't speak Boot.
After about 1 hour or so, I found a pair each for both Shilpa and I. At the checkout counter, I did tell the guy how cheesy that line sounded although it did have some truth.
The boots are on their way to Kirkland now. Let's see if they pick Shilpa.
... really long drive ... something like 7 hours, broken up by stops for snacks and lunch, etc. When we eventually got to Houston, (the 4th largest city in the US by the way, after New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, in case you were after some random Texas trivia), we went shopping. Apparently Houston has one of the largest malls in America and there's not all that much else to do there, so we went shopping. I picked up another carry on bag, ...