Hideout on the Horseshoe
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Tuesday, I started my second European vacation of the summer. Hard to believe, and it all came together on a whim!
I booked my flight to Brussels with my American miles. I went ahead and upgraded to first class since I didn't have that many miles left (enough to upgrade, not enough for another trip). Of course, the flight schedule was a little out of the way, as they sometimes can be with award travel. My friend Emily, who will be joining me later on the trip, was ...
I'll try to blog using this site when possible and have Internet access, posting what are hopefully some interesting pictures along the way.
Feel free to follow our adventure but don't worry about us if there is no new blog postings. Although this started off sounding like a good idea to let you know we are fine, I may have decided to just chill or gave up on looking for those free (naturally occurring (Jenna)) hotspots.
More to come... ...
This morning we packed stuff in the car and then drove over to the storage place. We then loaded what we could into "G/G". We had already loaded the refrigerator on Sunday. Today it seemed to take a long time to get ready to leave and then we still had to fill the gas tank! We drove back to the Shell station at 1516 and then we hooked up the car. Next time we'll move "G/G" to the house to pack and ...
Today we went over to the storage place and I installed the 360 Siphon vent covers. It took a little elbow grease to get the other vents covers off, but I finally did. Even though I didn't get all the old sealant off, I was able to get the new one flat enough to the roof to get the new sealant around it. I also put a booster on the antenna and cleaned a ...
... and 2) we needed to have tested the door locks before locking the door with Jack - our Schnauzer inside! Fortunately, our neighbors Jim and Joan came to our rescue! The River Road Camp is very nice and is right on the Guadalupe (3546 River Road). We are in campsite #16. All the campsites after this -17, etc., are shaded. Tall cypresses and oaks line the banks. There are lots of restrooms near the camps, shower facilities, and tube rentals. ...
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