Lazy F Ranch
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and so many sides....coleslaw, pea salad, beans, potato salad, mac and cheese, green beans, etc.
Stayed 3 nights - leaving 1-26-15 for San Antonio. Nice quiet campground. In the high 60's. Guadalupe river runs along campground. $26 per nite. Previously stayed at Navarro mills CG (oak park site 9). Rainy and cold. Saw white Pelicans on lake. Very nice CG there but hookups were were too far from camper. Couldn't use sewer connection as hose wasn't long enough. Bought longer hoses at Walmart in case that happened ...
... to cut through grease, so how could one say no? (Well, actually, beer was agreeable as there were no grape-juice derivatives on offer….)
So many locals are fascinated with our accents, and Rico was no different. He introduced himself as a local Creole with Italian, French and Black American blood, and told us how he’d love to visit Australia. He was gobsmacked to learn that ACDC, Kylie, Nicole & Keith and Chris ...
Again, we were up at Jack Sparrow's crack. The usual 04:30 alarm went off and after a shower, packing and a nose bag, we all set off at 05:40 for the Posse Up area. We arrived at 05:55 and were the first bikes there for group B-Bravo. After organising the bikes in to the right columns and doing all three now-standard briefs we were ready for the off by 08:00.
A relatively uneventful first leg of 87 miles took us to a fuel stop at a Loves ...
We made our way south to the city of Gonzales which is called the "Lexington of Texas" because it was the site of the first skirmish of the Texas Revolution. In 1831, the Mexican government granted Green DeWitt's request for a small cannon for protection against Indian attacks.
At the outbreak of settler hostilities in 1835, a contingent of more than 100 Mexican soldiers was sent from San Antonio to retrieve the ...