Amazingly, we managed to get some dinner (and our breakfast for the next day) cooked before the tent collapsed and we started packing the car.
For dinner, we had these "flappin' jacks in the wind" with some bacon, and then, the next morning, we ate the rest of the bacon with some hard-boiled eggs. Yes, Tim travels with bacon and hot sauce. (It's Tabasco, the Garlic variety - wonder if they'd sponsor the #LeapFrogs? He just told me to try for a bacon sponsorship, too! Ha!)
We drove into the Choke Canyon Reservoir area to see if it might be a good camping area for any future trips to the area. As we drove around, we spotted a wild hog. Photo is not great, because it was taken with my phone and so far away, but I was glad not to be any closer!
Small towns always intrigue me, so we usually stop and take a few photos of their main street areas.
|The town of George West had a cute little square with red street lamps, and a bbq place across the street that smelled heavenly - but we'd just finished breakfast!|
|The Atascosa County Courthouse in Jourdanton is on the National Historic Register.|
The town of Calliham had a post office almost smaller than the sign pointing to it.
We eventually got to San Antonio, but the small towns along the way help me remember that life isn't just about the final destination but about the journey there, too - the places we see and the people (and critters) we meet along the way.
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