Kings Inn/Scottish Inn Alice
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... sunscreen, and sat in beach chairs by the water. The water felt good, but was like bathwater. There was a good amount of seaweed in the water, and the waves were nice. We enjoyed relaxing and chatting all day.
Met the guys at Doc's Restaurant for dinner. Had tropical drinks (Piņa Colada, Mai Tai) and delicious seafood. There was a singer there who played lots of Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, etc. The sunset was beautiful out over Laguna ...
Bountiful wildflowers are a high point of being in Texas while they are getting rain. I wish we had been able to stop and take photos of the fields that were totally lavender, pink, yellow or white. But the roads are narrow and the RV is a little wide (and John drives way to fast!). But, I did get him to stop at a wide spot in the road, so I could share some photos with you. There is such a wide variety. They even have quite a ...
... way to end a fantastic trip.
In San Antonio the "girls'" menfolk were happy to claim them and the grandson reluctantly gave Gran back her vehicle. With a big bag of trail mix and a large Dr. Pepper for supper, I hit the road for Kingsville where my sweetie husband was also happy to welcome me.
I'll attach a few pictures that didn't quite fit anywhere else but are fun reminders of eight days with some of my most favorite people.
... We had lunch of 2 ice teas, chicken sandwich, burrito, and nachos for $10.88, yes it was right unbelievable. The most expensive thing we had at lunch was the chicken sandwich a whole $2.75!!!! Walked around a little and off to the museum no photos allowed in there too bad some interesting things there. Made the drive back to Portland and didn't even get lost! Lazy evening and mapping out our sight seeing for ...
... been manual, at least partly because others were sharing the cost and I felt like I could shift a few gears to hold their cost down. Also the GPS was a good investment, however, we should have taken more time to get acquainted. We drove 1,860K or 1,155 miles. That is not counting all the backing up and turning around we did while wandering about.
Each boy had one check-through and one carry-on; I had two of each. For the most part we left ...