Regency Inn Del Rio
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... starting. We joined in even though the cats were still in their carrier and our door was open to the Honey Badger! Some international wine distributor pouring sone interesting wines. Returned to the coach and prepared some pasta with a bottle of left over wine from the tasting, Bigfeet, referring to elephants stomping the grapes in Zimbabwe. It is a beautiful desert park. The sky ...
... 3 miles away and the huge fence that is patrolled continuously and drove through the seedy dodgy historic old town area. Had a meal at Malindas in the Ramada waited on by a waitress with attitude. But a good Mexican meal. Stayed at the Whispering Palms Motel. $65 included bfast. Run well by helpful welcoming family. Good rooms and ...
... Very cool weather.
Saw windmill farms on distant hills that were quite impressive.
Bummer, was told that we had to move our bikes from the protective lobby entrance to the parking lot, Fire Lane. Hope Hail will not come our way. Richard and I have protective covers for half the bike. First time in all my stays at Hiltons, I have to move bike, Manager said ...
... comes across from the Pacific in the
form of low, fast moving clouds. At Lost Maples it was much like a
Cloud Forest, covered in thick fog, until mid-day, providing enough
moisture to spark the Barking Frogs to life! They live in the cracks
of the limestone cliffs and herald the coming of spring much like the
“spring peepers” you are hearing where ever you might be! Ain't
The flower pictured are all less ...
4th Nov. cont.
We then continued on to Del Rio. Here we fuelled up again and stopped at Amistad Recreation Area where we did a short walk to view the lake and then shortly afterwards, made another stop at Amistad Dam. In the middle of this dam is the border of Mexico and the US. We had been told by a park ranger that if ...