Monday, November 7, 2011


When we got up this morning it was 25 degrees. The water in the park was frozen but thankfully we had water in our tank. Jim and I hiked a short trail to Twin Falls. You couldn’t get close because the area was closed beyond the overlook and there was so much undergrowth you couldn’t even see them. The hike through the woods was fun though.

Henry and Debbie came into camp just as we were getting ready to leave for Blanco to go to the Real Ale Brewery. They got the site next to us. After sampling the beers at Real Ale, we went back to Johnson City to have a Real Ale 15th anniversary beer (they had it on tap). The brewer was cleaning the spent grain out of his mash tun.

When we got back to camp two of Henry and Debbie’s friends, Bill and Jackie, were there in their big rig and Jim and Karen were there with their Casita. They were a few sites down from everyone. Also Sonya who had just bought a Casita showed up. She had in the trailer with her a cat, two dogs and a bird. She didn’t let the office know she was meeting up with us and they assigned her a site clear on the other side of the campground. We all sat at Henry’s and had chili, veggies and dip, muffins, velveeta and rotel dip and chips and other snacks. It was kind of chilly so we used our gas grills for heat since there was a burn ban in effect.

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