San Antonio

I pulled into San Antonio last night – It snowed! I was freezing all night, brrrr.

KOA campgrounds are crazy expensive, but it was nice to stay so near to downtown. And what a beautiful city it is! The Riverwalk and the Alamo were all they’re described to be. It was festive not only because of the very rare snow last night, but because they decked the place out with Christmas lights – there was even a little party for the public at the Alamo with homemade cookies, hot chocolate, and music.

I’m heading west now and that feels strange after heading every other direction but west for the past few months. I’ll be in west Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona at least until February or March, and then we’ll see where the road goes.

So far this is still fun, but I do get worried about things like my trailer not being insulated, not being able to carry a generator, etc. It will all work out, though.

I had a great trip to Boston to see family – still owe you lots of photos from various places on the road, but it seems like I’m either working or driving all the time and never get time (how can that be?) to post more photos!

4 thoughts on “San Antonio”

  1. Awesome pic’s as always. You are now a true tried and tested “Road Warrior.” Hardships of course but you will never have any regrets for following your heart.

  2. Hello Friend! We enjoyed meeting you on the nature trail in Fredericksburg, Texas. Happy trains and God bless, Amy, John and Joe (and Bear)!

    1. Hi Amy,

      It was great meeting you and your family! My walk on that beautiful trail was much nicer thanks to all of your company. Please tell Joe thanks from me for pointing out the most interesting stuff along the way 🙂

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