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... 997) was fantastic, a genuine authentic Cowboy town. The people we so friendly, we chatted to one couple who hand crafted leather gun holsters, for over an hour! Lunch in the O.S.T was okay, nothing really special, guacamole nachos & crisp beef jalapeño tacos. We drove home the long way round (the GPS is about to be binned for a newer model I think) & saw lots more very pretty towns along the way. Back at ...
... and so delicious.
Spent a couple of hours in San Antonio. We first saw the Alamo and then had a drink at a restaurant on the Riverwalk. Was a nice city but ready to move on.
KOA was in the middle of nowhere. Who ever heard of Kerrville ...
... Today, Amarillo produced about one-quarter of the nation's beef supply (Tyson Foods is a major employer).
We ate Texas BBQ for dinner (dry and, well, dry) and then went in search a place to restock our dwindling supply of wine. It's possible to buy liquor, beer and wine in Texas if you know where to go. We had to ask, because who would expect a liquor store to be called Pinkies? You can't purchase alcoholic beverages from a grocery store and never on ...
Today was a day of travel, and we went from Carlsbad, N.M. to Kerrville, Tx.
We could spend several days here in the hill country of Texas, but we are trying to connect with a family member in Houston and are running short on time, so this may be next year's trip.
We found a great little campground that sits ...
... and I it was a great relief and for Sam, with his usual equanimity, it was the end of a nice weekend.
Sam says he liked the experience but wouldn't bother doing it again, Matt loved it and can't wait to ride some more and Jo would rather go horseriding than snowboarding which is saying something.
We left the ranch about midday and headed straight for San Antonio, where we hoped to wander along the renowned river walk and see the Alamo. ...
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