Monday, May 16, 2011

Sunday May 15, 2011-Bluebonnet Ridge RV Park

We slept in this morning. The weather here has been spectacular! It has been very cool in the morning and only got up into the low 80's during the day. It had been 52 degrees yesterday and was 58 this morning, so it was good to just snuggle up under the covers.

I went for a short walk this morning around the park. This is a nice park, but honestly, if we didn't have the kids nearby, we wouldn't stay here. There are plenty of amenities here and even though there are gravel roads and sites, it's nice here. There are a surprising number of people living full time here.

Melissa came over a little after 2 this afternoon and Jennifer and Ian came about 3:30. They said that Jay had to stay home and do yard work. We had a very nice visit with them and grilled some steaks on our Weber grill. Stella did another outstanding job of cooking and we all had a very nice time. Ian said we were having a picnic because we ate outside at the picnic table. The weather continued to cooperate with warm temperatures and a nice cool breeze. I had a good time with Ian after finally convincing him that our dogs, especially Tramp, weren't going to hurt him. Tramp was excited by someone that is his size and could jump up and kiss him easily. Ian was really afraid of them when he first arrived but soon warmed to them and was fine before they left. Ian and I walked around the park and to what he called a playhouse, which is actually a small trailer that is parked in a site. Ian was ready to just march inside, but I stopped him. I didn't want him to walk into someones house, so we kept on walking.

We had a nice visit with the girls and we wish we could have more time with them, but we must move on soon. We'll be back!

So long.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Jay, when do you think you will be in Indiana. The weather in Chicago was horrible the last two days but improving and should be nice by the weekend just in time for our garage sale. We are headed back to TX on Sunday. Enjoying your commentary but miss the coffee talk with the boys. Stay safe, Billy Bob.