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 ...
... and memories I have about the children and parents I met. This whole experience has been awesome and humbling.
A group of three little girls approached holding a cookie they got at the open house and asked if the elves baked them. Because I'm an idiot, I almost replied, "Uh, no, the hotel provided them" but that wasn't very Christmasy, so a said, "Yes, the elves helped Mrs. Claus bake them." Then as if this concluded a ...
... her phone like it was a hot potato. I snarked a laugh out seeing how nervous she was to get a shot of these cats, then I took a couple of pics and we were on our way.
We left right around rush hour, so traffic was slow heading out of the city. While at a red light at a busy corner, the night took an interesting turn. In Austin homeless people are at every street corner holding cardboard signs asking you for money, hoping to ...
... weekend). For some reason, I left a couple feet of space in between my car and the vehicle behind me when I parked. Alvin told me I had more room to back up, but I was so delirious and tired from driving roughly 70 hours that week that I just ignored him and got out of the car. The next morning, I was woken up by Alvin's mom at 8 a.m. to learn that a tree had fallen overnight and landed right in the spot in between my car and the one behind me. Had ...