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... a bottle of wine and stepped out the back door on the slick granite step we have and managed to bend my big toe back and ouch! Fortunately I had my orthopedic boot in storage and was able to put it on to protect the toe until we could see what was the extent of my damage.
Got everything loaded and said our goodbyes to Ella Daye and we were off heading down the road to Santa Fe.
Well, here we are at Miller Creek in Johnson city. This is the site of our Sep Renegade rally. So far there are three couples here, but it's only Monday. More will be coming in all the way til Thursday. Think this is going to be a small rally, according to the office, there are only 17 coaches reserved at this time. We arrived about 3pm, back into the heat. We are using the air conditioner for the first time in 2 weeks.
We left Fort Stockton this morning about 9:30. ...
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 ...
You would think that since they didn't so to sleep until after midnight last night, they would sleep late!! But NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Brandon was up about 6 and the other three followed soon after.
Grandpa made breakfast of Pancakes and Bacon, with the help of the microwave, and soon they were asking to go swimming. So off we went for early in the day swimming. This time I remembered to pack water and snacks.
After a couple of hours of swimming and playing ...
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 ...