Holiday Inn Express Hotel Marble Falls
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... and supervised during the wash. The wind was blowing a little and it blew our lantern over and the light broke (you see, Bob broke the glue holding two of the pieces together so it was not standing firm and tall), so now I have to find a new light fixture. Since the closest LOWE'S is in Marble Falls, it will probably have to wait until we return home. We sat around and talked until about 3:30.
At 4:00 12 of us (6 couples) got in three cars and secretly left ...
Well, here we are at Miller Creek in Johnson city. This is the site of our Sep Renegade rally. So far there are three couples here, but it's only Monday. More will be coming in all the way til Thursday. Think this is going to be a small rally, according to the office, there are only 17 coaches reserved at this time. We arrived about 3pm, back into the heat. We are using the air conditioner for the first time in 2 weeks.
We left Fort Stockton this morning about 9:30. ...
... s but this puts her on a chase. We found a castle close by that my daughter loved. We also went to a strawberry patch and picked some fresh, huge, out of this world strawberries at Sweet Berry Farms! We thoroughly enjoy ourself at the farm and treated ourself to some amazing strawberry jam that they have for sale there. It was a beautiful ...
... silence or birds or enines while I stitched away. I would often look up to watch the occasional car, 18 wheeler, ranch truck, motorcycle, RV, and yes, other bikers! It was fun to get out of the car and take photos of Pat catching up, flowers, trees, birds and the approaching scenery as well as the scenery out the window.
I again realized on this trip ...
... Ladybird Wildflower Center. Lady Bird Johnson, our former first lady, and actress Helen Hayes founded an organization in 1982 to protect and preserve North America's native plants and natural landscapes. First as the National Wildflower Research Center and later as the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, this special place exists to introduce people to the beauty and diversity of wildflowers and other native plants. Every day, the ...