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wild horses. . .Theodore Roosevelt NP - North Dakota

Monday, February 8, 2010

Super Bowl Party - Admiralty RV Park

The Super Bowl Party went rather well. . .Dave set up the projector to display the game on the big screen . . .

Everyone brought their lawn chairs, and spread out across the room. . .
Coach boiled shrimp Cajun Style. . .they were yummy. . .plus lots and lots of other good eats. . .
I sat out in the hall with three of the other ladies. . .and played games. . .we started out playing Pass the Pigs. . .which requires a lot of screaming and laughing. . .we then played Scrabble, which you would think would be somewhat serious. . .but no. . .we laughed until we cried at some of the antics that went on. . .the game watchers were also whooping and hollering. . .so I am pretty sure a great time was had by all. . .
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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Boerne TX Day Trip

After days and days of rain, and gray skies, and cold. . .cabin fever has set in. . .so we set off yesterday with friends, for a day trip to Boerne TX. . .what a great little town. So much shopping to be done. . .wow, just one little antique shop after another.

This little cafe was recommended by a couple of the ladies at the RV Park. . .were they ever right. . .fantastic food. . .and a great day!
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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Lunch at the Grist Mill

We had such a great day. . .lunch at the Grist Mill in Gruene TX
Dave and I in front of the Historical Gruene Hall where dances are still held every Saturday night
Lunch with friends. . .the appetizers were big enough to share!
After lunch, a walk down to the Gruene River. . .no tubers today. . .
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Craft Classes

Teaching craft classes at the RV Park has been a lot of fun. . .and I have even learned some new skills.

One of the ladies at the park taught everyone how to make magnolia blossoms out of latex ballons. . .they are amazingly lifelike.
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Bandera TX

I just love old courthouses, and this one in Bandera County Texas was just as beautiful as the rest we have seen in this area. . .I think the same architect must have designed them all.

We ran over to Bandera from San Antonio. . .just a quick day trip. . .had lunch, checked out the antique stores. We don't have room to put anything antique in the RV, but it is still fun to look.

Dave bought a beautiful Lone Star shirt to wear on our journeys. . .he's proud to be a Texan. I'll get a photo the next time he puts it on. . .and post it here, so you can all see what good taste he has. . .
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