The Alamo.....the first place we visited today. What a great place in history! And it is right in the middle of the city! It had a picture of Davy Crockett and he didn't look a bit like Fess Parker. Lulu enjoyed it there a lot. From there, we jumped aboard a double decker bus that toured us all around the city - riding high in the sky. It was great fun and we actually did it a second time and plan to do it again tomorrow. I told Cory he would have no problems driving our RV around the city as this huge bus manuevered just like the RV. He doesn't think he wants to give it a try, though. While strolling through the city, Lulu made some new friends. The Riverwalk was fantastic, especially the boat ride through it. We ate at Joe's Crab and after walking our legs to stubs, we came back to the RV to rest awhile before we go back tonight to the Riverwalk. It looks like it will be just beautiful with all the lights! There was a time we could just keep going like the Energizer Bunny but those days are all in the
Whew! We just returned from our evening back at the Riverwalk. It was just as beautiful at night with all the lights that I imagined. We had a nice dinner and then took the boat ride again to see the view at night. I just about crawled to the car as we must have walked one hundred miles today....and me with a bit-up foot, remember.
Live in the Western part of NY, close to PA border. Have been married 50 years. We have four fabulous children (Lory, Kim, Cory, Tim). They have given us nine terrific children. All families live in N.Y., except for Cory's, who live in N.C. We are retired...Cory was VP of Human Resources...Sandy was an R.N. Traveling in our 2008 Phaeton RV and loving it! In 2012 we lost our beloved dog, Chip - our chocolate lab. He was our dear traveling companion. He was almost 13 years old. His memory will travel with us wherever we go. We winter in Florida at Tropical Palms RV Park in Kissimmee.... full info