Hideout on the Horseshoe
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... 5 of these missions, built in the early 1700s, along the San Antonio River. Spanish priests established these missions to extend Spain's dominion northward from Mexico and to convert and educate the native population. We visited, in addition to the Alamo, the Concepcion, the San Jose, the Espada, and the San Juan missions -- unbelievably old missions that still hold church services on ...
... 2 hr. delay. And still another bump -- an accident on I-10 right in downtown Houston at rush hour. That caused another big delay. Bottom line was that by the time we got to San Felipe to our next state park, the park was closed and the gates locked. Another uurrgghh! So we drove several miles further to a Walmart in Sealy, TX. I'm not a big fan of staying in Walmart parking lots, but you've got to do what you've got to do. Besides quite a few ...
... up the reservoir and got on our way. Everything was working as it was supposed to. I asked Bob if we should stop in Johnson City to check the fluid level and said he didn't think so since everything was working well. However, there is a downhill drive right before a bridge going into Marble Falls, so you can see what I was thinking. But I wasn't driving, so I didn't know how it was handling. Well just as we were driving into Johnson City and slowing for a light, once again the ...
... than no. For some reason he reminded me of Otis from Andy Griffith. He was so annoying, James ripped off his hang nail to distract him from the town fool that was beginning to grate on our nerves. Even with Otis, we really loved the small town feel of this place. And all of the green trees and small country roads. It was classic and the good times are a rollin!
... is stapled to the plywood and then the seat is attached to the side and the couch. A 1/4" piece of plywood is then stapled in place at the front of the seat to "reinforce" and support that area. Well as luck would have it, the 3/4" plywood is broken right in the middle and the 1/4" plywood is no longer attached on one end. This was probably like that when we bought it since we don't know ...