I know that we took it easy at Mammoth Cave and at the Corvette Museum due to Phil’s injured foot. Miraculously, it healed enough Continue reading
We like caves on occasion. Mammoth Cave is considered the largest in the world, and has been on my bucket list. Continue reading
We booked over a week in Kentucky and are having a ball! We couldn’t be this close and not go see the corvettes! Continue reading
Hot Springs anywhere are a favorite pass time for us. We’ve stopped at several natural hot water spots in our travels. Continue reading
After being in Georgetown for several months, we were getting comfortable and settling in, except for the summertime heat! Continue reading
After a few months of some stress due to Judy’s medical issues, we finally got a bit of good news. A celebration was in order, which in our life means food. Continue reading
Inner Space Caverns is a retaliative newly discovered cave in Texas. Continue reading
We felt like Chicken Little on I-45 in when a big “Bam” hit our windshield just behind the rear view mirror. We felt the glass shatter in small pieces and saw the cracks in the windshield. We pulled off the expressway at the first opportunity to check out the damage. Continue reading
We have been sitting still for several months while we get medical appointments Continue reading
We are getting comfortable in our little RV Park near Georgetown, Texas.
I have a small herb garden with parsley, cilantro, basil and marigolds to keep the bugs away.
The large pot has a Texas Chocolate Daisy. The flower’s brown central disc actually smells like Hershey’s chocolate. Mine bloomed earlier and should bloom again over the summer. My grandson took it to school for a wild flower project. It grows wild mainly in the panhandle.
I was given a batch of mint after this photo was taken, I love to have a snip of fresh herbs added to almost any dinner dish.
We are trying to feed the birds, but they don’t seem too interested.
Sometimes the hummingbirds grace our day for a sip.
The main attraction of this park is the location to the Nature Preserve across the street. It seems to be our go-to place almost everyday that the weather permits.
This is one of my favorite stops along the preserve’s walkways.
This is below the dam of Berry Springs and the walk is shady.
There are different blooms on a regular basis. I particularly like to see the cacti in bloom.
I recently learned that the park has donkeys that we can feed carrots to, only one per donkey so not to spoil their appetites. I hope to get a photo of them for next time.