Knights Inn San Antonio/Near Seaworld
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... stories about ranching in BC. They also had a Smart Car they would load up into the back of their Motorhome. There was a small crowd watching as Steve loaded the car. It's not a toy hauler as you seen on many trailers, once it's loaded, you can't tell there's a car inside the RV. Just plain cool!
Mike has been enjoying time on the golf course, and I've been cooling off in the pool. Its a tough life.
Bye for now. Stay well.
Departed home about 8 am. As per our usual routine, ate breakfast out. This time we went to Tejas Cafe. They have the best breakfast tacos, however, they have increased their prices significantly! Before we paid $6.70ish for two tacos and two coffees, now it's $9.20ish! Anyway, since we can't plug in at the storage facility to cool the refrigerator, because we trip the GFCI and there isn't room at the house right now, we decided that we would just run the generator while driving ...
... we came to. They didn't have a mechanic nor a shop, but refered us to a place called "Big Dog's". Un Huh, Big Dogs. It was just down the road so off we went. Big Dog wasn't there but the workers put in 2 gallons of anti-freeze and awayyyy we went. Got about 10 miles and ol Charlie started to get hot again. Back we went, this time we met Big Dog. They looked at the thing and declared we can't fix it until tomorrow. We went and found a campground.....
... we are ready to move on across this huge State of Texas. Along day ahead of us but we are ready for the 600 miles (1,000k's today).
It is 5.30am in the morning, dark; yet down here in the Hotel lobby (wifi seems too far to reach our room) , many people are up and waiting for the breakfast room to open- us too, then we will be on our way westward......hoping to catch a glimpse of some Texas Long horns today.
... facts about the Cathedral include Jim Bowie the Alamo defender marrying there in 1831. In 1836, Santa Anna hoisted a flag on what was the tower, marking 'no quarter' at the beginning of the 13 day siege which meant even if the Texians surrendered they would still be killed. Following the Alamo battle, all of the bodies of the dead were cremated together and thus in their burial that at this Cathedral all of the defenders bodies technically lie here including those of ...