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... home and did some more porch sitting.
Up the next day, more breakfast tacos from Las Milpas (they are so good!). Then Kelly and I packed the car and set off north, going through George West, Three Rivers, Tilden, Jourdanton, Pleasanton, and San Antonio. Our plan was to go to the Government Canyon State Natural Area that has good hiking trails - we were ready to hike! We had stopped at an HEB outside of San Antonio and bought ...
We have been preparing for this trip all year! I can honestly say I have never been physical fit! I feel good and confident that I will be able to handle this trip. The only issue I foresee are blisters! I am talking about The Camino! The spiritual walk across Spain! Over 500 miles! I am ready! I plan to visit St. James carrying prayers from family and ...
... tankers hauling oil on the road and the number of new oil field supply businesses going up were quite astonishing. It was as if Texas was determined to supply all the oil we need. Cool, huh?
We ended up at Lake Corpus Christi State Park. The lake was down about 15 feet here, but folks were catching crappie, bass and catfish. You don't need a fishing license in the state parks here. You just have to pay to use ...
We have had great weather so far in this South Texas Winter. The last few times I've had company, the weather has turned lousy the day they got here, so I was a little nervous when my friend Karen Holder came to visit, but the whole week was gorgeous. We did get a little much needed rain in December, but it didn't stop 2011 from being the driest year ever in Texas. Of course, that bothers ...
... The Skimmer for a cruise around Mesquite Bay and the Aransas Wildlife Refuge. Our goal for the morning was to gawk at and photograph the Whooping Cranes that make their winter home here, flying here all the way from Canada.
Pulling out at dawn, it didn't take long to start seeing whooping cranes. The Skimmer is able to get into very ...