While in San Antonio we visited the Witte Museum and the Japanese Tea Garden.
The Witte Museum is a history of Texas from the time when the Indians roamed the plains to the Oil boom. While not as big or in depth as the Texas History Museum in Austin. It is still worth the visit.
Next we visited the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio. It was an abandoned rock quarry. It was begun in 1899 and completely restored in 2008. It has a 60ft waterfall and many ponds filled with Koi.
I ordered an new toy. An Electric Bicycle. It can be used with full electric power or electric assist. Electric assist gives you about 50% power while peddling. So, when going up hill, it makes it easy.
We departed San Antonio for Kerrville last Thursday. The trip was only 125 miles, so we pulled into Buckhorn RV Park around 2 PM. This RV park is where the NHOG (New Horizons Owners Group) is holding its rally. Since Tim and Carolyn are the rally masters and we are on the organizing committee we figured we would arrive early to give them a hand. Other rigs will start arriving next Saturday.
So stay tuned, same time, same channel, for the next nail biting installment of “Roan on the Road”.
As always, Life is good on the Roan Road…