Motel 6 San Antonio Northeast
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OMGoodness, I just spent foreVer blogging about my day and when I went to find a picture to add, it all disappeared, I'm so tired there is no way I can retype or remember what I wrote. Uggg, here are the key words - Long drive LA truckers honk Texas ...
... recreated during the 1880's. One of the small houses was made of glass bottles.
While we were there we visited a museum that a man named Jack Glover that did a fabulous job of putting together things from Indian collections to his own personal memorabilia. He told us some stories from his World War II days among others.
After walking these two towns (Wimberly and Pioneer) we ate lunch ...
... centre of town to check out The Mission and The Alamo (where Texas fought off the invasion of the Mexicans) we mooched around for an hour and waited for Kaitlin and the rest of the group to join us. The previous day in the van I had noticed a bite on my leg that was started to swell quite badly. By that evening it was a clear bullseye spider bite, which is apparently quite dangerous and for my own sanity, I've been told not to google it! I'm too scared to ...
... Since we can't get to the cabinets with the slide in, we had already emptied them and that stuff was already in the car.
We finally pulled into the driveway about 3:15ish, turned on the water, turned up the hot water heater, and emptied the car. The rest of the afternoon and evening, we spent going through the mail, putting things in their place and relaxing. Bob has already gone ...
... were bopping away to our road trip good old 80's music playlists, courtesy of our ipods. This music helped significantly, as the interstate hwys in texas are just a lot of concrete lanes and dry dirt! So it gets very boring quickly and tiring, hence several truck loads of 'snacks' all not good for our waistlines! were becoming more common to get us through to our destinations.
As San Antonia was only 100 mile from Austin, we took our time getting there. ...