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We took I10 all the way today - pretty straight forward. I cannot remember a time when I have travelled on so many bridges over water. The first one was at least 18 miles long as we traversed cypress swamp. The highway takes you north to Baton Rouge where the temperature was in the 40s with a very cool wind blowing from the north. There was tons of traffic the whole way with loads ...
... the Colorado River. Spoiler alert, there is no active brewery, only one that has been closed for some time. Still very cool. After that it was back on the trail to San Antonio. View Larger ...
... in Houston I contacted Sandy Lee Nelson, a lady who lives outside Houston that I have chatted with on a Facebook game, Gardens of Time. We arranged a meeting at a farmer's market for July 5 while the coach was at the Freightliner dealer getting the air bag repaired. Sandy brought her sister, Betty, with her. Her other sister, Donna Reiners, another Garden of Time 'neighbor', joined us for lunch at a diner purported ...
We pulled into Stephen F. Austin State Park around 3PM on May 12th. It was $50 more than I anticipated for TX park entrance fees on top of the camping fee, which was very disappointing.
There are very few campers in the park and we have our pick. We selected site 1, which is full hook up, but only 30amp electric. This is our first experience with 30amp and basically we learn that you can only have one major appliance going at a time. For ...
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We continued North, now along the '290' to Round Top. It wasn't long before The Girls were all asleep. When we woke we had transitioned from the city to the country. The drive was about 128 miles/205 kms.
Caron & Mike had seen this little pie place on a travel show and had always wanted to visit.
We approached this quiet little town and ...
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