"It's always fun to have a winery as your destination. Bar Z Winery was no exception. We had a nice spot for our RV. Later we sampled great wines & had a fun visit with the owner."
Long drive day, at least by our standards — 342 miles. If you want to get out of Texas, you gotta drive and drive...
Even full-timers need a little R&R. We've escaped from Austin and unfinished business to one of our Texas faves. We're on island time for the time being.
We're spending a few days at Red Hawk Ranch to help friends celebrate their wedding. Our coach has a nice spot overlooking Roy Creek.
It's been about a year since our last Austin visit, and we are looking forward to seeing family & friends, along with the intention to address unfinished business. Damn storeroom!
Left the Guads and landed at another Harvest Hosts. This time Eola School Restaurant & Brewery. Interesting stop.
Is it any surprise we ended up at the Guads — Guadalupe Mountains NP. We were planning on surprising our friends that were gathering here, but I think they were on to us.
Marfa Light Imperial Stout courtesy of Steve and Big Bend Brewing Company
We're back on the road again after a seven-week layover in Austin, TX. Feels Good.
We certainly enjoyed our seven weeks in Austin. It was enjoyable visiting with our family & friends, dining out at new places & old faves, and driveway surfing.
It's really nice to have friends and family in Austin that have generously offered to park our RV in their driveway.
*Landed for a week out near Lake Travis, just north of Austin. It appears to be a nice RV Park, and it a short drive into the city.*
Top photo: Lady Bird Lake Boardwalk.
After thirteen plus months on the road, we have returned to Austin for a visit.
We settled in for a week with family at Lake Whitney.
During our stay at Fort Griffin, we were treated to a nice snowfall. Unfortunately, because of this, the main ground was closed.
"Nice campsite in a park with way too many rules and very restricted options for hikes."
Top Photo: View from our campsite.
Site #48, this site has electric & water, dump station nearby, 94 sites, 5,000 foot elevation. March 5 - 7th.
We had a very short stay at Davis Mountains State Park, which we had previously visited a few times. Due to TX spring brea...
Site #10, this site has full hookups, 200 sites, 2637 foot elevation. March 3rd - 5th.
Site #77, this site has water & dump station nearby, 100 sites, 1850 foot elevation. February 24 - March 3rd.
Site #33 & 25, these sites have water & electric, dump station nearby, 64 sites, 1730 foot elevation. February 19th - 24th.
The drive from Bastrop State Park to South Llano State Park should have been easy, only 175 miles, on roads we were very familiar with. But the "...