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Kerr County

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  • Day39

    HOG Texas Hill Country Road Rally

    April 27 in the United States ⋅ 🌧 72 °F

    New gloves for a new day. I'm looking forward to my new tan lines 🤣.

    Today is day 1 of the road rally. Had a great dinner last night with 250 of my new friends. Today I'm leading a couple from Maine who shipped their new Road Glide down. Just the pair of us and we're having a great time despite the weather.

    So long [for now], and thanks for all the fish! ✌️

    Day 38 mileage: 93.6 (total 7532.0)
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  • Day10

    Lodny dennik spojenych karavanistov 09

    June 22, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Z Columbusu sme mali namierene do hlavneho mesta Texasu do Austinu. V Austine sa nam nepodarilo v sirsom centre zaparkovat, co bola dost skoda , ale aspon sme si pozrezi mesto z okien karavanu. Pokracovali sme dalej na zapad, chceli sme sa zastavit pri vodopade Hamilton pool, ale mali uz zatvorene ked sme prisli. Krajina velmi podobna Chorvatsku, piesocno
    -kamenita poda, redsie nizke stromy, trava a skaly. Cestou dalej na zapad sme sa dostali k narodnemu parku prezidenta Lyndona B. Johnsona, ktory bol uz tiez zatvoreny, ale aspon mal vela veci volne pristupnych. Pofotili sme co sa dalo, uvarili si veceru a na noc sme sa presunuli do kempu pri Kerrville. Rano sme vykonali generalnu ocistu nas a potom aj celeho karavanu, vypustili sme odpadovu vodu a docerpali vodu cistu, pozametali a ako tak poumyvali karavan z vnutra a vybrali sa na dlhu cestu do El Pasa.
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    Peter Kiš st.

    Do El Pasa to máte nejakých 500 míl. Celkom riadna štreka, takže opatrne chlapci a pravidelné prestávky. Šťastnú cestu.

    6/23/16Reply
     
  • Day47

    Kerrville, United States

    February 20, 2016 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 68 °F

    Traveled Interstate 10 into Texas Hill Country. Nice to see trees and green again.
    We're staying at Buckhorn Lake Resort visiting our good friends, Dee and Phil and their two pooches Jack and Andy, who we met while camp hosting at Nehalem Bay State Park two years ago.
    Delicious green chili burritos prepared by D & P then glow in the dark Bocce ball till midnight with
    D & P and new friends Kathy and Steve. Needless to say a fun time was had by all!
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  • Day43

    Kerrville, Texas - Kerrville KOA

    March 28, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    45 days and 1,927 miles have gone by, yet here we are in another Texas town. Some have been small, very small, only a crossroad with a few buildings. Others have been larger, a few hundred people or even a couple of thousand. All have stories to tell. They all have a history and a present. We watch the people, do a little shopping, gather a feel for the area. Now we have arrived in Kerrville, TX, a good size town of approximately 23,000, situated along the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country. There is a nice feel to this town.

    The complexion of our trip will change here. The Texas Hill Country is known as the border between the American Southeast and American Southwest. Scenery will change.

    We will be turning westward to a flatter and drier land. Vegetation changes. Fewer trees and more cactus. People and their culture change as both Mexican and Native American influence will be more apparent.

    As for Kerrville, it has been around since the mid 1800's. Original inhabitants were German. They were makers of wooden shingles. Later in the century ranching and cattle drives ruled the land. Of course the railroad showed up and the town grew from 1,400 in 1900 to today's 23,000 inhabitants. Kerrville has been named as one of the wealthiest small towns in America. Today the town has all the requisite elements for success - thriving businesses, recreational venues, education opportunities, plus natural beauty to support growing tourism.

    Kerrville has it all. It appears to be not only a nice place to visit, but also a nice place to live. Could you tolerate hot summer Texas days? Average August "high" temperature is 94°.

    Now we are about to turn westward to the wide open Texas. The beauty of scenery and sights will become more awe inspiring as the " big" West unfolds.
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