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... and dinner.
Robin & Rodney left for home a bit ago and now we're relaxing and Bob is channel surfing, which doesn't take long since they don't have cable here and we can only get about 6 channels.
Tomorrow we head for home and since we are so far, we should be home early afternoon. We will take "G/G" to the storage area, move everything to the car and head for home. Hope you each have a great day tomorrow and we'll be in touch soon.
... and supervised during the wash. The wind was blowing a little and it blew our lantern over and the light broke (you see, Bob broke the glue holding two of the pieces together so it was not standing firm and tall), so now I have to find a new light fixture. Since the closest LOWE'S is in Marble Falls, it will probably have to wait until we return home. We sat around and talked until about 3:30.
At 4:00 12 of us (6 couples) got in three cars and secretly left ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... formed by several dams on the Texas Colorado River (this is not the same as the Colorado River that flows through the Grand Canyon) which winds Southeast from its headwaters near the border of Texas and New Mexico through Central Texas to the Gulf of Mexico.
The lakes and dams are:
Buchanan Dam - Lake Buchanan - Inks Dam - Inks Lake - Wirtz Dam - Lake LBJ - Starcke Dam - Lake Marble Falls - Mansfield Dam - Lake Travis - Tom Miller Dam - Lake ...