Sunday, April 29, 2007
We left Bandera and drove straight to Houston. WE'RE HOME! The house and garage are full of stuff we unloaded from the Casita and the Pathfinder. We didn't use half of the stuff we took -- next trip we'll pack lighter. The Casita is happily back in it's nook and the Pathfinder is glad to be empty again.
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There were seminars on cabinet veneer laminating, internet access on the road, and Habitat for Humanity. There was a barbeque cookout and music and entertainment. We went down to the
There were outdoor games, including “bolo golf”. In the afternoon there was a “poker run” involving driving a route and collecting playing cards along the way to see who gets the best hand. We opted out because we didn’t feel like driving 110 more miles after our trip to the west coast. So we walked down to the
There was an “egg parade” where everybody at the Casita rally shows off the modifications they have made to their trailers. Some people have been very industrious and imaginative improving and changing features of their trailers. That night there was a potluck dinner.
We left the trailer park in Van Horn (which was next to a pasture of longhorns) and drove all day Wednesday. We arrived at the Skyline Ranch RV Park in
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Finally, back in TEXAS!!! We left Tucson and drove through Saguaro National Park East. Saguaro cacti are the world's tallest and they have arms that point up. These are the famous cacti associated with the west. We arrived at the rv park at 11:10 p.m.. I cooked dinner and we updated the blog. It is now 12:15. Pictures of the last 3 days will be added after we get to Bandera tomorrow for the Bluebonnet Casita Rally. GOOD NIGHT!!!!!!
We drove through Joshua Tree National Park and it was gorgeous! The cacti were all in bloom. Joshua trees are tree like yucca plants. Then we drove to Tucson and spent the night. We went to 2 brew pubs and had dinner at Pei Wei near the University of Arizona.