The Blanco Settlement
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... the rest of the night.
My tent has a mesh roof but I started with the weather cover over it in case it got chilly in the night, it didn't, it was hot, so i removed the cover, looked up to the most beautiful sky I've seen in a long time.....god given. My cell phone took this picture without a flash....why did this turn out so well?
Next day we decided to investigate the ...
... we were being picked up for our afternoon wine tour. It turns out that Texas is, by volume, the second biggest wine producing state (after California) and Fredericksburg is in the centre of the wine country. We visited three different wineries...BIll and Chris, Hilmy and Grape Creek. There were around 6 tastings at each spot...usually a couple fo whites and then the rest red. No sparkling or sweet wines. The grapes ...
... and we really liked other places as well (like the outer banks, myrtle beach,martha's vineyard, nantucket, provincetown) which we may return to, but those that I mentioned are ones we really really want to come back to.
we have learned much about traveling with an rv on this trip. can help one figure out what type of camper to get , depending on what they want to do. learned little rv things that were helpful for us, like having ...
... not much, but they have a community art studio and a very beautiful textile store (mostly quilting stuff) that wasn't here two years ago.
over the years we have gone on day trips to other small towns in the hill country. in the past we have gone to boerne, which is a charming town, beautiful park, lovely downtown with brick a brack houses and shops. a wonderful walk along the cebola river. fredericksburg ...
... and save a few thousand on airfare. This way, we have a few extra $$ to lavish on our grandchildren, who I’m sure are aching to hug us as much as we are them. Oh yeah, and their parents, too.
The RV is 95% loaded and we hope to leave early Tuesday morning. First stop: Abilene State Park. We haven’t visited there before and we ...