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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Crawfish boil followed by the Alamo

Hello and welcome to this blog - Happy Campers!

Sunday, April 4. Easter Sunday. We attended church at Vinton United Methodist church. When we arrived back at Len's mothers, all three of his children, 9 grandchildren and our one great-grandchild was there. We had moved our fiver from the campground into Mom's side yard Saturday morning. Above is the group. It includes us, daughter D'Juana, son Lennie, daughter Cassie, their spouses, and their children.

Here are our five generations. Mother Alice, Son Leonard, Grandson Leonard Jr, Granddaughter Tiffany and Great-Grandson Alec.

Following our day with family and extended family including Len's four brothers and spouses and two of his sisters, one brother-in-law and their children and grandchildren, we hit the road headed to Seguin, Tx. We stopped along I10 at a Texas Rest area for the night.

Monday, April 5. We arrived in Seguin about 9 am. After finding our "home" for the next several days we were greeted by daughter Terri's friend Sharon. Shortly after we arrived Sharon and her friend Marica left for the airport to get Terri and her husband Steve and Sharons mother Marge. We were taken on a tour of the property by Annie. They have 4 horses and four goats and three dogs. The property is about 11 acres back a gravel road almost to a deadend. They had installed electric and water hookups for us. Most of the day was spent visiting.

Tuesday, April 6. Len, Terri, Steve and I had breakfast then went into San Antonio. First business was touring the Alamo.

After the Alamo, we did the River Walk, stopping to have a great lunch at a Mexican Restaurant. The weather here has been somewhat humid but bearable. We now need to make plans for the next few days.

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