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... and rain. As the hail started, I laid in bed with my fingers crossed that nothing would happen to the big picture window. After a bit I was able to go back to sleep. When we surveyed the area the next morning, we did not see any damage just lots of tree limbs, leaves and pecans everywhere. There was supposed to be another round of storms in the evening, but they must have skirted us since all we got was a few sprinkles and a little ...
... sold to a private owner in the 70s. Now Schreiner University runs it as a museum. It was the first limestone building in Kerr County. We enjoyed it because of the history of the family that went along with the house. A nice lady that runs the place knows some of the descendants of Schreiner who visit from time to time and she let us wander around on our own after giving us some ...
It was so warm last night that we ran the AC fan through most of the night. When I got up about six, it was about sixty degrees out, but cloudy.
It had rained just enough to moisten the earth and clean the windshield a bit. We decided to watch the weather and hopefully take our hike after lunch. It's almost lunchtime and the clouds have lowered to the point that we can't see the hills in the distance. And, were having a ...
... the East to the Bird Blind and spent a few minutes watching the birdies. I got a few interesting shots there. Then back to camp we went.
The campground has only thirty sites. When we arrived, only about five or six were occupied, but as the day wore on, I'd guess that it's now about half full. There's a mixture of tenters, Class As and other smaller RVs. It was in the eighties today, so I spent a short ...
April 5, 2013
Lost Maples SP, Tx
Out of Casa Blanca SP and north on I-35
about one-hundred miles, then FM 187 north to Lost Maples SP. About
50 miles away from Laredo, and the RGV, the desert begins to allow
some farming and plenty of oil and gas works with all that entails.
Lay-down lots and trailer parks for the wildcat drillers and
pipe-liners. Not much different than Louisiana, North Dakota, ...
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