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Friday saw us head west towards Bandera, just past San Antonio. The drive was estimated at being nearly 4 hours in length, in reality it was closer to 5 hours due to traffic congestion.
As we got close to San Antonio we noticed the change in the landscape, from flat plains to small hills in the distance (though I think our WA hills are bigger which is quite a feat!).
We arrived about 7pm and were greeted by the ranch dogs (all 5 of them) at ...
... getting way to familiar.
February 6 – 9, 2014
Buckhorn Lake RV Resort, Kerrville, TX
Trip MileMarker: 3,000
The next morning, Wednesday, we launched early for our 340 mile drive to Kerrville, TX. Passing through Houston and San Antonio uneventfully we made our way to Buckhorn Lake RV Resort, just off I-10 about 7 miles west of Kerrville and in the heart of Texas Hill Country. ...
... edible delights. Had a campfire with s'mores and chatted to the other guest. In hindsight, we should have left the next morning. Days are long on the ranch! We had a couple more trail rides and some more bad food and not much else. Most of the guest had left and we really had to entertain ourselves. So we jumped in the car and headed to town. Boys went to a bar while the girls and I caught up with some shopping. Headed back to San Antonio the ...
... Antelopes grazing.
They even have zebras and some of the animals native to places like India or China are extinct or highly endangered in their own countries. So it is a good thing in a way.
There is a large population of Axis deer that have escaped and bred, the State Parks have a drawing for hunters every year. During that time the parks are closed to the public. Travelers take note!!!
... town square) which was decorated for Christmas. Of course all the shops were decorated as well. Beautiful at night! They even had a ice skating rink set up. Beautiful at night! We walked around and enjoyed all the lights in 60 degree weather. Just because it is a little warmer than you are used to does not dampen the Christmas spirit.