Getting on the road early requires a quick breakfast.
Day 4 - Fort Stockton to Kerville
Hilltop RV was a very nice site and the owners were very welcoming. It was quiet and the views of the surrounding area were fabulous. We slept in and had a chance to swim and take a shower before heading out. Leaving Fort Stockton we had a somewhat shorter drive to get to Kerville, about an hour west of san Antonio. The highlight of our trip to Kerrville was a stop at Sonic. Since the trailer was too big to pull in for car side service we ate on the patio. We couldn't quite figure out how to order and had to get instructions on using the system. The lemonades and nugget ice were great. We were able to pull into the KOA a bit early and Michelle finally got a chance to ride her bike around. The Kerrville KOA was pretty rustic and though the people were very nice I don't think we'll be stopping there again. One of Tony's friends from High School just moved to San Antonio with his family and they invited us for dinner at their house. We made the hour drive from Kerville to San
Tony and Frank. Great families, great lives, great kids.
Antonio without the trailer. It was nice to be able to go the speed limit again. Especially since Texas regularly has limits of 75 to 80 mph. Tony and Francisco had a great time reminiscing about High School and other friends. We headed back to the KOA a bit late thinking that it would have cooled off but it was so humid we had to keep the air on all night.
My name is Tony Wilson. I, my wife Anne, and my Daughter Michelle live in Atascadero, CA, and lead typical lives, we like to think.
We love traveling... all over the place. Often, our travels are routine, or only slightly exciting for a short time. Good things in life come in small measures. However, on occasion, we do have more epic journeys and people like to hear about them. These are our travel sagas.. I hope you enjoy them.... full info