Getting ready to travel
An early morning view of the Corpus Skyline and
One last look, until next time
Now, this morning, as we said hello to March, we also said hello to the wind. I don't know about where you are, but here in south Texas, the March wind certainly did roar in like a lion! Saying hello to March also means saying hello to a new adventure. And, as I post this journal, we are heading north on 37 towards Kerrville and our next destination, Buckhorn RV Resort. We will be there for two weeks and during that time there will be about 20 other rigs coming in. It will be great to get to reunite with friends we haven't seen in awhile, and exciting to finally get to officially meet several that we feel like we already know. Almost, everyone here is from our RV-Dreams chat room, while others are friends that different ones have invited to join us for this "gathering". What a great time we all are going to have. So, you will have to stay posted as the plans and adventures unfold over the next couple of weeks.
I will try to post more this evening after our arrival at the park.
But before I leave for now, I want to take the opportunity to be a proud "Moppa". Yesterday, I received an email from our 3rd grandchild, Zachary, who is in the second grade. He is on the school chess team and played in a district wide chess tournament yesterday. At the end of regulation play he was 5-0 and tied for first place. He got beat on points in that round, but took 2nd place in the district for his age group!
THE REST OF THE STORY:
We made our way through San Antonio just like we knew what we we doing. And found our way out I-10 West....
Welcome to the Texas Hill Country. We did stop at exit 543 on I-10 West and fill up with diesel at $1.95/gal. Yea...the first time we have paid under $2.00 in a long time
All settled in to our site
The first group gathered in between Donna and Keith's and Kathy and Chuck's. Looks like a big pow-wow to me...
Then there is this group, Molly, Deb, Lynette, Arlene, and Kathy...I wonder what they are cooking up?
After a great visit, several decided to go out for dinner. We had been out to lunch, so Ellie, Karen, and I stayed at the park and got our 2 miles in for the day. We then sat around for a little more visiting until there was a chill in the air. By this time...
it was time to call it the evening of the first day!