Motel 6 Del Rio
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Through the hill country west of Austin. Lovely rolling countryside with large cattle ranches sporting enormous roadside gates. The region opens to wine country around Fredericksberg where we had a walk around this interesting little town. Set on the main road with an eclectic range of intriguing shops selling all kinds of ...
Decided to make a short trip to Del Rio to avoid the afternoon heat, turned to an avoidance of major thunderstorm with hail and high winds.
Pleasant start of the trip with 75 degrees at 7:00. No rain in site, AccuWeather showed a system in Albuquerque New Mexico headed our direction.
Richard and I met approximately 6 miles before Castroville, Tx, our meeting ...
... and reassembled there. In use today?
I don't know.)
Come Monday morning, after some church
back in Del Rio at St. James, we will set off west again along US 90.
We are only now planning for our excursion into Big Bend. With that
in mind I might say, Texas is a big place! Four pages in our Wal-Mart
Atlas! We entered Texas at High Island on February 5th,
traveled along the coast making Boca Chica ...
... It was cool to see the roads they built beside the highway to drive up and down looking for footprints. They pull tires behind the trucks and then footprints are really obvious in the fine red dust. Interesting. Ww spend the night in a glorious Texas state park called Seminole Canyon State Park. We were perched high on a hill ...
... train. Yes, the pills work just fine for these occasions.
I was able to get to the RV storage, and check the truck and 5Wheel out, and everything looks good, after 2+ years. Of course, the truck won't start, but....
I bought a bike at the "pulga" (Spanish for flea, as in market) for 15$. So, I was mobile! I stayed in Del Rio about a week. Drank some beer and visited old friends.