March 29, 2010.
A beautiful day with temps in the upper 70's after lows in the upper 40's. The sun was shining bright and unobstructed as there wasn't a cloud in sight. I cooked breakfast outside on the grill and we visited with park guests and of course took Maggie and Rico for their walks.
We wanted to check out the Cabelas in Buda, Texas as we had heard it's an interesting store with outdoor supplies. We got on the road sometime around noon. We drove the truck as it had sat for a week. It was a 32 mile drive to the store, but it was a nice scenic drive along Farm to Market roads.
The City of Buda is located 17 miles south of Austin along the I-35 corridor in beautiful Hays County. Though one of the fastest growing communities in Texas, a stroll downtown on Main Street reveals Buda’s prevalent small town charm.
The Cabelas store was very large. Inside it was very similar to Bass Pro Shops.
They had a section of freshwater aquariums, sections for outdoor clothing, hunting, fishing, boating, etc. We shopped the clothing racks but were turned off by the prices.
After touring the store we left and headed to the largest Walmart we've ever seen. The Buda Walmart was about 1/4 mile away so we walked over. We felt more comfortable with Wally World prices and made a few purchases.
In this same area is a large RV dealer, Crestview RV with a campsite attached to it. We also spied a H-E-B grocery store so we did some grocery shopping before heading home.
We got home put things away and visited with Dale and Betty till it was time to call it a night.