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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We decided to get our travel on today and knock over some miles, 400 odd late rand we arrived at junction Texas, check d into the camp and went for our first Texas b b q at a place called lums it was very tasty we both had brisket and 2 sides. And the people here are great and sound assize with there southern accents y'all!!!! To Austin ...
Every town is different and always new to us; what we like to call Virgin Territory. Junction is another small Texas town, population around 2600. It sits nearly smack dab in the middle of the state, about 105 northwest of San Antonio.
The town has two nicknames: the "Land of Living Waters" and the "Front Porch of the West". I'm not exactly sure why, but it should be called "Deer ...
Left for San Antonio to visit Sea World. This was one of the places the children really wanted to go while they were in Texas. Sea World in late July in San Antonio is not for wimps! The temperature was 100 degrees all day! We walked from one end of the park to the other several times to see specific shows and we never heard one complaint from any of them. They are great children! The Sea World misters were a life saver and the best ...
... 8217;re already talking about some place cool to go to when summer really arrives in south Texas.
We finished with breakfast, rigged down in record time and we are headed east on I-10; on the way, we did the Q and A with each other about what we liked the best, worst, wish we should have done and what we could have skipped.
It looks like ...
... s, there were few trails open and not much in the area surrounding the park to go see except the observatory. I could see what we needed to do but I really wanted to participate in that scheduled 36" telescope viewing so we did the only thing possible, we put off making a decision once again.
After breakfast and some more discussion, we walked the ¼ mile to the park entrance to settle up with the ranger over the entry and camping ...