We left the Kerrville (TX) RV Park on Saturday morning after a walk around the Park's small pond.
We arrived in Albuquerque this afternoon (Monday) after three days of driving about 275 miles each day.
So, while we set up our home, shop for food, find a barber/stylist, and contact my cousin Jack and his wife Linda, we will show some photos taken on Saturday between Kerrville and Ft. Stockton, TX.
As we've mentioned in earlier blogs, the area in the Hill Country is desert-like with only shrubs and short grasses in clumps. There is a certain beauty to the land, although we must admit we might start wishing there were more and different vegetation if we stayed here for an extended period of time.
We welcomed the presence of hills because the presence of "up and down" driving was a nice contrast to straight-down-the-road, automatic-pilot driving, and because they provided a
welcome change in the scenery.
The day's drive was marked by an alternating pattern of hills and desert/prairie.
Photographing the scenery through the windshield was challenging, but it gives a realistic look into the day on the road.
Traveling farther west, we saw more of what we imagined Texas to be.
Welcome to West Texas.