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... we made our way back to the 101 the long way via the 154. The scenery is a wide, sprawling valley with mountains featured in Bonanza and Gene Autrey westerns. It helped the bacon marinated in orange juice and maple syrup to ride the wild plains of my digestive system. Get along little doggies! The RV was running on empty when we pulled into Santa Barbara for our pit stop. And it was the pits, the restroom at least; nothing quite like a strobing neon in a filthy gas ...
... in the hot, dry summers that concrete slabs and the foundations of homes can be broken. How do I know that piece of Texas info? I'll come back to that shortly.
In the meantime here are the some other highlights: the Alamo! Honestly, it was well into the 90’s and by the time we parked the car and walked the few blocks to the Alamo, we were wilting a bit. Paula kept the anticipation high and splurged by getting us the phones for the self-guided ...
The difficulties of yesterday led to a trailer which is now about an inch and a half wider in the back than it used to be. However, it turns out that there is no Home Depot in BFT (bum f'd Texas). This lead me to the question, "Hmmm, how do I McGyver the back of the trailer together?" I started thinking about my days on the trail, and the handy pack of zip ties I used to carry to give the Jeep guys, you know, to keep their stuff ...
... of the tour, and then the 10 minute drive to the next Mission. From the pictures and account of Grandma it was amazing. Mission San Jose is a great example of a restored mission renowned for its stone carvings and the famous Rose Window. This mission was known as the "Queen of the missions" due to its size, and success as a model for future missions in the area. I must say, as much as I would have liked to see this, Kaitlyns nap wasn't ...
... Remember the Alamo !'. The battle lasted only eighteen minutes. When all was over, 630 men of the Mexican army were dead; 730 were prisoners. Nine Texans lost their lives.
People worldwide continue to remember the Alamo as a heroic struggle against impossible odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. For this reason, the Alamo remains hallowed ground and the Shrine of Texas Liberty.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting