Compared to our two previous moves, our drive out of the Seminole Canyon/Pecos River area of Texas to the Hill Country was just a 200 mile skip down the road. Heavy overcast and some misty fog was the order of the day.
US 90 led us away from the land of desert and canyons
back to civilization (phone and internet service).
When we crossed the dam that formed Amistad International Recreational Area, we left the Rio Grande and struck out east to
an area of l trees, green grass, and lots more people,
and herds of sheep, goats, cattle, and horses.
At Hondo we took TX 173 north toward Lake Medina (Medeena to the locals). This is the country we came to explore, to ride its twisty roads
among hills covered with southern oaks and cypress.
Here ball moss grows everywhere.
To save four miles, the GPS took us down Bottlesprings Rd. We wondered whether this was the right move,
especially when we crossed this “bridge”,
and from there accessed the park road to our new home for 11 days.
Time to find a spot and get set up.
Louise and Duane