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Did take a break to go to the Badu House for a fun evening of music, visiting and laughter. Got to see several people that night in our very short visit to Llano.
Spent our last day getting the vehicles loaded up so we could make as early a departure as possible. It was misting rain off and on as we were getting loaded and got everything loaded and was going ...
... to cook. As it turned out, we three couples decided to go out to eat, so we drove into Johnson City. We sat there for a couple of hours and visited and ate. It was nice not to rush.
Now we're in for the night and we'll see what tomorrow brings. Since this is rally time, I may not write every night. So if you don't receive our email announcement, don't worry, we didn't fall off the face of the earth, just nothing exciting to write about.
While being in the army we have tried to travel to things close by Fort Hood. We found this little slice of heaven one day while driving around. Marble Falls, TX. is beautiful. It's close by the water and has the best diner that I think I have ever really tried. My favorite is their Pecan Pie. I have never had any better pecan pie then ...
... tame of the animals, mainly deer. One thought Dylan's shirt was dinner and tried to eat it off of him. After spending time in the petting zoo, you board an enclosed trailer and head off through the "wilds" of central Texas. We saw many different deer, antelopes, rams, camels, ostrich, one lone bison, zebras, water buffaloes, emus and others I can't remember. One interesting thing, they have several cabins people can rent and stay in the middle of all the animals.
Today Lynne planned a wonderful ride through the back roads. The ride should have covered about 200 kms, but we got turned around several times and had a real challenge to find the road signs. We were travelling around on country roads so the access ways looked the same as the farm accesses.
Most of the small bridges were in very low areas ...