Friday, March 1 – We are in Texas Hill Country, Bandera, Texas. We had a long but safe six hour drive north from the Rio Grande Valley. We're staying at Skyline Ranch RV Park.
We stayed here back in 2010 and are actually in the same site - #106.
The Park has a country setting, with gravel roads and sites. There is a picnic table at each site and the majority are pull-thru sites. We have a 50 amp, full-hookup site. There is grass and trees between each site. With the campground not being very crowded this time of year, they spread out the RVs leaving an empty site between each. That's nice!
Once we were all set up, we took Bella for a well-deserved walk. She has been on concrete for two months and loves to get out and walk in the woods. She was enjoying her walk until…
she encounter this.
This little guy just couldn't get enough of Bella. He followed us until he couldn't follow no more.
The park has tons of deer. So far they have stayed in the field. The last time we were here, they walked freely through the Park.
The temperatures this time of year, range with lows in the 40's and highs in the upper 60's or 70's. With that said, temperatures for the next two nights are dipping down near freezing.....GREAT! The good news is daytime temperatures will be in the 70's with Monday temperatures reaching into the 80's.....NICE!
We went to the 11th Street Cowboy Bar to have several beverages, listen to the Natalie Rose Band, and do a little Texas Two-stepping. We had a good time and enjoyed the band.
We knew it would be a classy place when we saw the welcoming signs on the door.
Lucky for us, no one took them up on the dance requirements.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see y'all back real soon. Have a great day!