We have been in Texas for 3 days now and must say that we're impressed. With the exception of the Texarkana KOA, all the parks are where they say they are, the roads are fantastic, drivers are polite, the GPS has no trouble finding routes and, all in all, it has been a relaxing drive. From Texarkana, we went to Tyler, but we were too lazy to unhook the car so we missed seeing their Rose festival. From Tyler, it was on to Montgomery, just outside Houston. A beautiful park! Today, we have arrived in New Braunfels, just outside San Antonio. Tomorrow, we'll be visiting with relatives and seeing the sights of the city. There is a bit of confusion about our location.... it is billed as a "small, German town". If they consider this small, Vancouver must be considered a village. I know everything is big in Texas but dang....an 8-lane highway through the centre of town!!
This is our furthest point South and from here on we start to head west.
One oddity... the further south we go, the colder it has been getting. We were starting to wonder if the GPS was sending us to Whitehorse, and, if so, why they all talked with a funny accent and wore overalls and cowboy hats. Even RRR has been wearing a sweater and, for those who know her, you know that this is a phenomenon that doesn't happen until the brass monkeys need to be brought in. We are assured that things will warm up, although no one is saying when.