Since almost everything here in San Antonio is closed, I thought I’d share what it’s like to practice social distancing while living in a 40 ft. Class A motorhome! We’re all in this together and should be taking it very seriously in order to halt the spread of Coronavirus and return our lives to what … More Home Is Where You Park It!
Where, but in Texas…can 25 friends hop on a bus and travel an hour northwest of San Antonio into the hill country to Bandera – “Cowboy Capital of the World?” We did just that this past Wednesday as we spent the late afternoon exploring the quaint cowboy town before gathering at the 11th Street Cowboy … More Where, But in Texas?
What a wonderful day for a bike ride… after losing a cherished hour of sleep, we jumped on our bicycles and headed away from town on the San Antonio Hike and Bike Trail this morning. This particular section of the bike path is also known as the “Mission Reach,” as it connects all five of … More Memories and Stories of the Land
On Thursday, March 5, Bill and I had the opportunity to really step into the Texan culture when we attended the Floresville Opry, an event that occurs once a month at the Wilson County Show Barn. Picture this… Fifteen dollars grants you entrance to the Show Barn, and the first order of business is to … More God Bless Texas!
So, what does one do now that the rodeo has left town? San Antonio is a location where one never runs out of things to do, places to go and people to see. We did a little of each this weekend! While workamping here at Traveler’s World four years ago, we met Vin Lugg, originally … More A Weekend Filled With Unique Friends, Natural Beauty, and The Best Little Dive Bar in Texas – Quite a Combination!
Bill’s daughter, Sarah, grew up on the Jersey shore and has spent her professional life in New York City and now Los Angeles. Several aspects of Texas, and specifically the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, were new exposures for her, in much the same way that they were for me and Bill when we … More And The Rest of Week…
Having experienced a remarkable Sunflower field and also an Iris field in Michigan, imagine my excitement when I read about Texas Tulips just south of San Antonio in Lavernia, Texas! Following our educational tour of Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard this past Saturday, Bill, his daughter Sarah, and I decided to check it out! This is … More Tiptoe Through the Tulips!