Country Inn & Suites By Carlson San Antonio Airport, TX
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... stories about ranching in BC. They also had a Smart Car they would load up into the back of their Motorhome. There was a small crowd watching as Steve loaded the car. It's not a toy hauler as you seen on many trailers, once it's loaded, you can't tell there's a car inside the RV. Just plain cool!
Mike has been enjoying time on the golf course, and I've been cooling off in the pool. Its a tough life.
Bye for now. Stay well.
... fix it guys". Joe Richey and Larry Gordon know everything about fixing motorhomes, at least everything we've asked about they knew hoe to fix it. So pretty soon, they were lying on the ground under the coach. They found the leak! Luckily, it was something simple, a loose nut! They tightened it, we refilled the reservoir, pumped the brakes a few time, no more leakage noted. HOWEVER, they did find another small problem, a clamp holding on the sway bar between the rear wheels ...
We motored merrily out of the Rio Grande Valley and careened cautiously over the concrete all the way up to San Antonio. Actually we got stopped in a check point to see if we were citizens. We assured them that we didn't have anyone else in the coach and they let us go thru.
San Antonio is a busy place with lots of cars and trucks and a freeway system that resembles a bowl of spaghetti. While traversing the atrocious turnpike and right in ...
... at the Alamo, where we had half an hour to go around and explore the area and the old Alamo building. It's rich in history, however it was spitting rain at the time and the grounds were almost closing, so that dampened the experience quite a bit.
Kate caught up with us after parking the van and we headed down to the river. Here we got on a gondola looking boat and did a tour of the canals. It looks very much like Venice, which is aided by the fact that ...
... we saw in abundance were tall metallic natural gas rigs beside round white holding tanks, and an occasional nearby chimney with flames leaping from the top. For all of my research, I have not been able to identify the purpose for the burning of the gas. Seems like a waste to me. Perhaps it is a safety issue. Who knows. In any event, many land owners in these parts are probably getting rich.
Interestingly, there have been ...