Value Lodge Brownwood
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... for the winter. Ingram is a very close suburb of
Kerrville, Texas so it’s small town living (population 1,800) with all the
amenities very close by (5 miles away) of a city with 22,000 people. This is a picture of my camp site with the green pickup parked in it. What’s really cool about this place is that it’s right on top of the Guadelupe River and #2, is the fact that this Old Ingram Loop is sacked full of artists, wood ...
We arrived in Brownwood after a full day of driving from Van Horn. After getting set up at the Shady Oaks RV Park, we went to Kathy and Dennis' house. Later, Shawn, Phillip and Skye dropped by with their kids. Kathy out did herself by cooking all of us a delicious dinner of grilled pork chops, mashed potatoes, cantaloupe, salad, and bacon wrapped jalapeno cheese poppers. Good eats!
Next morning Kathy and Dennis, and us drove out to ...
The day before Thanksgiving, we moved to Brownwood to visit with Kathy and Dennis and Vickie and Jack.
Once we got set up, we went to Kathy and Dennis' house to visit, and later that evening, were treated to pizzas that were stuffed with all kinds of goodies.
Thanksgiving day, we, and their daughters and family met at their house and were treated to a wonderful Mexican food meal rather than the usual turkey, etc - a tradition started a few ...
... thanks to everyone who gave us odd jobs to save up a little extra cash along the way. As well as those who helped us out in other ways. People may knock small towns but those are people who obviouslyhaven't lived in one. Y'all are amazing and we can't thank you enough. Update: Stopped by the cops on the way....our luck precedes us once again ...
... Records museum. After a quick, yet thorough walk through at the Alamo we took a tour on the river and got a good deal of information about the history of San Antonio and finished up in time to check out and move on toward Austin.
On the way down to San Antonio we passed a huge sign that said SNAKE FARM and we decided to stop by on our way back north. The "farm"" had an extensive collection of snakes from all over ...