Rockin’ Out . . .

I forgot to post this pic of Landon on yesterday’s blog. After all it’s not a real blog if it doesn’t have a Landon photo.

Landon at Little V's

One of the packages we picked up at Brandi’s yesterday had this wine glass rack that I mounted over the sink.

Wine Glass Rack

10-Inch Long, Wine Glass Rack

Most of  the ones I found were too long to fit, but I finally this one on Amazon that fit perfectly in the space.

Later in the afternoon, I drove over to the rock pile behind the Activity Center to get more rocks to fill in the muddy ruts in front of our rig.

TT Rock Pile 1

I ended up with 3 kitty litter buckets full of rocks, each weighing about 60#.

This is what the ruts looked like after the two buckets that I did the other day.

TT Rock Pile 2

And here it is after I dumped today’s 3 buckets in

TT Rock Pile 3

We’re supposed to get more rain on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday morning before we leave here for the Colorado River Thousand Trails. So hopefully this will keep the ruts from filling up with water like they were when we got here two weeks ago.

About 5 pm we picked up Don and Darlene Couvillion and headed out for dinner.

Don and Darlene 2

Our first stop was the Sam’s Club in Conroe to pick up a prescription for Jan that they were out of yesterday down in Webster. Then it was right across the street to have dinner at El Bosque Mexican Restaurant. None of us had eaten there before, but it had 4-1/2 stars on Yelp, and it turned out to be really good.

Good chips, good salsa, and good iced tea, and it just got better from there. Don had a Chicken Stuffed Avocado, while Jan had the Pollo a la Parilla. I had a Combo plate with an enchilada, taco, taquito, and a chili poblano. All really good, especially the taquito.

Don and Darlene are leaving tomorrow morning so hopefully we’ll be able to catch up with them again.

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Thought for the Day:

By all means marry. If you get a good wife, you’ll be happy.

If you get a bad one, you’ll become a philosopher.

Socrates

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One Response

  1. How lovely to meet new people you enjoy!! I recently lost the woman who had been my best gal pal for nearly 34 years…told my hubby we simply must keep finding new friends and hopefully some younger than us…so we will always have some…one of the perks of RVing isn’t it?

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