April 11, 2010.
We woke to a foggy misty day with very moderate temps. Today was travel day from Cottonwood Creek RV Park to Guadalupe River RV Resort so that we could register and attend the Texas National Carriage Rally next week.
We decided to go to breakfast in Blanco before hitting the road in the hope that the fog would burn off. We went to a greasy spoon and had a quick breakfast. We were hitched and ready to hit the road by 11:00. We said our goodbyes to our neighbors and the park owners, Sherry and Les. They were great hosts and we would come back to their park Cottonwood Creek RV Park if we come back to the area.
We made the 80 mile trip without incident traveling through the Texas Hill Country and arriving at Guadalupe River RV Resort.
We were greeted by organizers of the Carriage Rally just inside the gate. Joyce got us checked in at the desk. We are paying the rally rate of $28 a day and we plan to stay for 8 days.
We were escorted to our pull-through site and got ourselves set-up. It's kinda neat being surrounded by Carriage fifth wheels. The weather remained overcast and foggy with a mist. I'll post pictures of the site when the weather clears.
April 10, 2010.
The weather was beautiful this day and we attended the Dripping Springs Founder Days. It was the usual mix of vendors.
However, there was some outstanding Bar-B-Q at this event. They had a contest for the best Bar-B-Q.
After spending the early afternoon at the festival, we called it a day and spent the evening with our new neighbors hanging out by the rig. We shared wine and snacks till it got dark and we called it a night.