Inn of the Hills Resort & Conference
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Our room is lovely with two queen beds, a desk and chair and a sitting area. There is a lovely pool that I have yet to visit. We had some maintenance issues with the room, but they were all resolved today after we reported than to the front desk.
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Our business meeting lasted an hour in the morning and then it took 3 hours to run the elections, cast and count ballots and then do several second votes. After the meeting people did laundry, swam and napped. Many went for a group ride and one lady actually got married in the lobby of the hotel.
We all dressed and did photos of our …
The second day of convention was focused on the Dot Robinson Road Run. Janet Gallagher and Lynne Campbell attempted the road run this year. Lynne said she got so lost before the first checkpoint that she just threw in the towel and came back to the hotel. Janet Gallagher completed the ride and had lots of fun figuring out different strategies and …
Convention began Tuesday morning with the welcome and updates. Since this is our central meeting, we will have elections this year so nominations took place for the elections that will happen on Thursday. We also heard that beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico wants to host the 2016 convention and with no contenders, it appears that they will win the bid …
Today I took a ride around town trying to find the Yamaha dealer, but to no avail. I finally gave up and went to the "Good Ol'Days Garage and Bike Shop" and had my bolts tightened and lock tight added to keep my luggage rack frame from falling apart again. My luggage frame has 4 tight bolts again and the last remaining screw for my gas cap is …
We left Marble Falls at 8 am and rode to Kerrvile on highway 16. Enroute, we rode though Johnson City, the birth place of The president L.B. Johnson and I took a picture of the street named Lady Bird Lane. The town was looking run down, but it does seem to have pockets of re-life. As I walked around to take pictures, I passed a gallery with some …