Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Hill Country
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
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We spent a fun day in San Antonio yesterday doing all those interesting tourist things. The weather was beautiful -- hot and sunny, although rain is predicted for the next few days here. We visited the Alamo, which was built in 1724 and played a critical role in the Texas Revolution. The Siege of the Alamo, on March 6, 1836, symbolizes a heroic struggle against overwhelming odds as men ...
... 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 ...
... fix it guys". Joe Richey and Larry Gordon know everything about fixing motorhomes, at least everything we've asked about they knew hoe to fix it. So pretty soon, they were lying on the ground under the coach. They found the leak! Luckily, it was something simple, a loose nut! They tightened it, we refilled the reservoir, pumped the brakes a few time, no more leakage noted. HOWEVER, they did find another small problem, a clamp holding on the sway bar between the rear wheels ...
... but we decided we didn't like the look of the area so we kept on going. The rain stopped as we drove through Waco, then we hit an even worse storm. We came to the conclusion the easiest thing to do was find a truck and sit on his tail; when he went off, find another one; the trucks all seem to know where they are going! It was impossible to see any difference between the road, the spray, and the sky, they all looked the ...
... sheep, pigs, donkeys, longhorns, etc. 'Below the gate' are the native/wild animals, like the monkeys, lions, and exotic birds. This section of the tour was the more extensive.
Their philosophy is to try and give these native animals the greatest chance of being wild, so they don't name them, pet them, even pay much attention to them. They serve them with what they need, and let them be. We were introduced to a few 'failures', the most memorable being a ...