Today wasn’t real sunny but not totally overcast either, a good driving day. Today’s drive was pretty boring, the south west end of Texas is pretty sparse with no scenery to speak of, the only saving grace today was that the landscape was all so green, usually when we have made this drive it is brown and dull but not today.
Fredericksburg was a real zoo when we drove through town, it looks like it will be a good place to stay away from this weekend!! The wildflowers are beautiful but I didn’t take any pictures as they don’t seem to turn out well when taking them while in motion.
We arrived at Miller Creek RV Resort shortly after 3 p.m. and my how it has changed; Paul, the owner, has done a lot of work in the last couple of years and the park looks really good and is very busy. The gal who checked us in told us he has opened up some sites across the creek and turned the silo there into a washroom, she said it is the largest RV washroom in Texas so we will have to drive in there and check out that new part. The park was given a 5 Star Ratings in 2009 by Woodalls, needless to say they are very proud of that.
Next weekend is Wildflower Weekend so it will be really busy here and I guess that is why Fredericksburg was so busy, although I recall that it is always a busy little place. The gal in the office said she had been told the best place to see the Wildflowers was the Willow loop out of Fredericksburg so we will do that early next week. She also said that the wildflowers here are the nicest in memory because of the terrible winter they had, guess something good always come out of something bad!
I think tomorrow and Sunday we will stick close to home then do our touring starting Monday, tomorrow I have to do laundry so that will take some of the day to get it done.
And so ends two more great gifts of days and we look forward to another great day tomorrow.