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... We proceeded to Marble Falls and infringed upon Ronny & Linda's date night. The food was pretty good, the waitress was very good, but the margarita was only marginal. We returned to the campground and sat around visiting until after 9pm, then everyone retired to their respective "homes". Still no rain, thank goodness!
This morning we got up at our usual times. I went for a walk around the campground while I was waiting for my 30 minutes to be up. After ...
... soooooo boring!!! it seemed like it took forever to get to the point where we left I-10 for US 290. Of course 290 isn't all that interesting either. There were dark clouds gathering and it sure it looked like it was going to pour down at any minute, but no rain. Pretty soon, the clouds parted and the sun was shining, thus making it warmer.
By the time we arrived at the park, I was so tired of riding in a vehicle, I didn't even want to go out to dinner, but I also ...
While being in the army we have tried to travel to things close by Fort Hood. We found this little slice of heaven one day while driving around. Marble Falls, TX. is beautiful. It's close by the water and has the best diner that I think I have ever really tried. My favorite is their Pecan Pie. I have never had any better pecan pie then ...
... this morning to show how wonderful they were. I sure hope we find more fruit stands in our travels.
Today was a lot of interstate travel and after lunch the temperature rose to 36C so it was not great for travelling on a motorcycle. It was kind of like standing in front of a blow dryer for 6 hours. I was grateful for my full face helmet on the highway as it kept some ...
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