Our Awesome Travels

Our Awesome Travels
Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Wed. Feb. 16th 2011 Sattler Texas

Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer,
 since August 2006

       Still nice and warm overnight with the morning overcast and a light misty drizzle for a couple of hours this morning. Once again we had three deer drop by this morning, such a nice site to see.
three deer
       After a walkabout and coffees I did took the nice drive along river road into town for a few groceries. Along the way some colourful signs advertising summer fun here with renting, tubes, kayakes and rafts for playing on the river.
tube rental
       Then around the corner and across one of the many bridges that pass over the river a couple of fishermen trying their luck fly fishing, Yesterday about a dozen our more in the water.
        A bit further up the road is another small bridge with the warning sign warning that the road is closed due to flooding when the lights are flashing. They sure must get a lot of flooding to install permanent signs to warn motorists of the road closures.
high water signs
       Back home to putter around a bit and a walkabout, the drizzle has stopped and the sun peaks out once in a while. But its quite warm (80f) so we get our chairs out to relax, read and enjoy the scenery of the surrounding hills and fresh air.
hill country
       Now with a great day winding down I got out the BBQ to cook up one half of a fresh chicken I picked up at the market, baked potato, grilled tomato and peas for supper.
       Now chat a while, read some and watch tv. At about 9:00 p.m. the phone rang, it was Suzie's Aunt Delores from Kitchener, they were in San Antonio (one hour away) for the night with 3 other couples on a two week tour of the USA. They chatted for a couple of minutes and we agreed to meet up with them in the morning.

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