I had forgotten about one of the ladies, here at the Park, teaching us to make our own noodles, and set up a lunch with Mac and Dianna today. Mac reads my blog and I read his. He emailed a couple of days ago and wanted to meet, and we always love meeting our readers, and fellow bloggers. We met these great people at noon, over in Utopia, Texas at the Lost Maples Café. Mac is retired, but Dianna is still working, but they hope to be full-timers soon. They have a beautiful big Motorhome so they have that part taken care of, but still have other ducks to get in a row before they can begin their adventure full-time. We had a lot of great conversation, laughs, and some good food. We hope to run into these fine people again.
This little restaurant is very old fashioned. Not a big posh place, but you can tell the food is very good because it is always busy. We had eaten here once before with Joy and Jack a couple of years ago. Thanks Mac and Dianna for suggesting this meeting..
While talking to Mac and Dianna, Mac mentioned some of the big trees here in Texas, especially one on the Texas coast that is over a thousand years old, and marveled at the fact that it hadn’t been destroyed in any of the hurricanes that hit the coast. This is a miracle in itself. That made me think of the large tree in Rio Frio, so thought I would share a picture of it, and a little history about it.
Want to welcome my new followers to the blog. Jeff and Sheryl are first, then Brian and Marla, last is Kathy and Robert. They all have their own blogs, and I find them all very interesting. Just click on their names and you can check them out too. Welcome aboard all, and hope you enjoy the ride.
I spent yesterday morning cleaning, and then in the afternoon we had to go back to Uvalde to pick up the rest of my heart meds. It went pretty well yesterday, but when I got home I noticed they had my refills all screwed up, so I called them right away and got it straightened out. I got a little bit of an argument, but then they realized their mistake and corrected it. THANK GOD!!
Do you all think I have gone a little over the top? I have started leaving the TV on for Rusty when we have to be gone for a while. Yes, I know he isn’t human, but it seems to me that it keeps him company when we have to be gone from him. I would love to know your opinion's on this, or am I just dealing without a full deck?
I want to take this opportunity to invite any of my readers or fellow bloggers, who may be in our area, to let us know and we would love to meet you. We can meet you half way or whatever works best for you. Just send us an email and we will get together.
That’s it for today. Later… :)