After a long drive we are getting disciplined about taking a day or two to recoup and explore the new campground.
The last drive again wasn’t the easiest. Roads were under construction in a couple of spots and there was a pretty heavy cross wind for the first half of the 4 hours that made me feel as though I was pulling a sailboat.
One positive note is that one of my favorite craft beers was born in Texas (introduce to me by my good friend Josh) and is distributed pretty heavily here – Shiner Bock. So I picked up a sixer at the Shell station when we stopped. Score.
After seeing it, I knew I’d enjoy a cold one after this drive.
Missed a turn that added 20 minutes to the trip but it was a beautiful drive into Hill Country Texas.