Got out to some of our favorite towns in TX. Wimberley, Driftwood, Dripping Springs. I don’t think we will get to all the ones we want to though with the crummy weather… ☹️
Another round of crappy weather so we decided to rent a car to get out to the towns that were on the list. That took most of the morning so we ran around doing errands in the afternoon 👎
We tried to get out yesterday – we thought the fog had lifted enough – but as we got further down the road, the mist in the air got worse and we turned back. The Devil’s Backbone isn’t a road to be on when it’s slick and foggy and you can’t see through the windshield!
We got to Blanco TX and set up. This is a pretty small state park (50 spots) but very nice. They just stocked the Blanco River with trout and there is a bunch of other fish species present, so we’re hoping we do better then the catfish undertaking of AL!! Setting up a few dayContinue reading “Jan 12, 2020”
We left stormy Louisiana and crossed into Texas. Boondocked at a Cracker Barrel overnight. Looking forward to hanging out and riding in the Hill Country. It’s been years since we’ve been there!!
Dale came to visit! New friends at the park! Headed to Texas after we get through a crazy storm!! 😳
French Quarter picture overload….
Happy birthday Jeanie and Elvis! ♥️ We are back in the French Quarter for a few days. Our RV park is within walking distance (the only one) but I forgot what living in a city was like! Traffic noise, cars, trucks, horns, sirens, etc. 😳 It really doesn’t bother me, but it’s been a longContinue reading “Jan 8, 2020”
Fountainbleau State Park was once the site of a sugar mill and named after a forest near Paris, a favorite recreation area of French kings. Ruins of the sugar mill Overcrowding 😁
Fountainbleau State Park on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain… 👍👍
Typical Sunday – coffee, church, football, food. Breaking camp and heading 10 miles down Lake Pontchartrain to another stop before we hit the French Quarter.
We had a great day in New Orleans with Louie, Barb, Rex, and Deb! 😍 Couldn’t decide which of the signs from Archie Manning’s place to put up so I chose not to decide. Wait, isn’t that a choice?? Geddy Lee get out of my head!!
Rain rain go away! The few good things about a day of constant rain is comfort food and movies! Hope you all are having better weather!!!
It was a day of errands (getting propane, groceries, taking the bikes in for a tune up, bills, planning and plotting, etc.) so on this slow news day, I thought I’d air my grievances on showering in an RV. Those of you that camp should get it…. 🤔 Also noteworthy is that unless you’re hookedContinue reading “Jan 2, 2020”
Did a lot of nothing! Parade on TV, football, homemade chicken noodle soup, reading. I love lazy days! Side note – it was 15 years ago we lost our Mom. You move on, of course, but there was a little void created that day that will never be filled. 💔
We hope everyone has a healthy and happy new year!
We only got to spend a little bit of time in Abita Springs before we had to check in and set up, but what we saw – we loved!
Qui ca dit? Spent the day flea marketing in Pass Christian MS. Of course I found stuff to buy!! Looking forward to a week in Albita Springs / St. Tammany Parrish LA. The icing on the cake: seeing Louie and Barb in NOLA on Friday!!! 😍
Back on line with a LOT less coin!! Steve said killing the phone was accidentally on purpose because I wanted the new iPhone! Dec 27th we hitched a ride from the Amanda and Jason (who run the RV office and are absolute sweethearts) to Dauphin Island. Eh – I wouldn’t rush back there. Not aContinue reading “Dec 28, 2019”
Wander with the Wallins may be taking a brief hiatus. I’m sorry to report that yesterday my phone lost it’s life in a tragic accident. I have dropped it somewhere in the vicinity of 500 times in the past 2 years (which is why I buy the uber expensive cases) but this time, skidding toContinue reading “Disaster strikes!”