Category Archives: Texas

Deep In the Heart of Texas

Posted by Categories: Texas
It seems like every big town has a Market Square.  San Antonio is no different and it has one that is a three-block outdoor plaza lined with restaurants, shops and produce stands near San Antonio's city center.  It is the largest Mexican market in the U.S. and one of...
Full Story »

Wal-Mart Hopping in San Antonio

Posted by Categories: Texas
Our idea of a perfect place to stay is rarely at the local Wal-Mart.  However, with that said (or written) it can certainly be a perfect place to stay if no other option is available.  During spring break in Texas, the Wal-Marts around San Antonio have most definitel...
Full Story »

ICE !! Canyon Lake COEs and Blanco, Texas

Posted by Categories: Texas
My last post was when we woke up and discovered the temperature had dipped to about 20 degrees.  We were lucky that no moisture had moved in with the cold weather.  We didn’t have to move but the weather was only going to get worse.  We had a choice to mak...
Full Story »

Highs and Lows in Texas

Posted by Categories: Texas
Wow. It's 31 degrees here in Kerrville right now, and 24 hours ago it was 89! It's kind of hard to get acclimated when I don't know whether to put on my flip flops and bathing suit, or layer up with long underwear. Fortunately we don't have to go out if we don't want to, but t...
Full Story »

The King Ranch

Posted by Categories: Texas
Lots of RVers winter at the southernmost part of Texas - in either the Brownsville or the McAllen/Mission area. It's warm, inexpensive and developed enough to have all the comforts of home, plus some great outdoors adventures at South San Padre Island ...
Full Story »