Best Western Brady Inn
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... cattle country with green acres of grazing land. I even seen a field of picked corn stubble!
We ended up in Mason, TX at a City Park campground, it was full but they allowed us to dry camp for $10. They also have a benefit rodeo going on for some youngster who has cancer so it is a busy place but we are thankful to have a place to park. We have the generator running and we are watching Madam Secretary. Life is good!
What great countryside we crossed. Saw llamas and rolling hills. Stopped for lunch in Brady... Small town full of cowboys. Ate more Mexican food....fajitas...mmm Moved on to Big Spring, Tx, or as the guy that we asked directions from "the hell hole ...
Fire and water because that's what I dealt with today. This morning I went out with Curtis and we met up with about a dozen other ranchers and took part in a "controlled burn" of about 450 acres. We met at the rancher's house on whose land we would be burning and over coffee and donuts, discussed safety and the burn plan and stratedgy for the day. Everyone hopped on their four-wheelers. All had a ...