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... Made the mistake of leaving a few things out during the night and everything was soaked with condensation, including the charcoal.
In the morning we removed everything from van and repacked.
... the promise of a flowing waterfall further ahead spurred us on for a rather long hike but it was worth it. The waterfalls were small but the water hole was large and as it turned out a popular area. We hadn't expected to be swimming so no bathers were brought with us but that didn't stop the other three from diving in and enjoying the cool water. Luckily I did hang back as a shower came over and I became protector of our stuff with a couple of ...
... I'd have to describe it as Portland with a sunny attitude.
The streets were lined with independent restaurants and food trucks and shops and they were all bustling. We opted for Guero's for lunch and it turned into a feast for all the senses.
For the next few nights we are camping at McKinney State Park. We are about the only ones here, but it ...
... the early 30's. They were incredible, Tucked here and there. It like stumbling on Bibo Baggins home town.
Gary got his low blood sugar thing and we ended the walk crashing down a ravine and scrambling up a steep bank to short cut back to the van. He was fine, I was completely jangled.
We had to go by Buckee's after seeing a gazillion billboards on the way to town touting it's wonders, such as, "cheapest ice in Texas". It was a wonder.
... variables that kids introduce. I knew, therefore, that I'd also have to be a quick thinker.
Practice was in order, so on nights when Kathy was working late and I was home alone, I'd practice my ho, ho, hos and speaking in my Santa voice. I'd run through questions I thought kids would ask and practice fluid answers so I didn't form thoughts on the fly and stumble over my words. I used the dogs and cats as unwilling participants and sat them on my knee as ...