I am worried... it smells to gasoline when usually the vehicle that smells like that is dad's old car...not this one. Swung by the P.O. Box and came on home. As I passed by the area where they broke the water main, I saw several City of Del Rio Water Dept. personnel at work. Yeap, you guessed it...when I got home the water had been turned off yet again! Hopefully for the last time.
This afternoon I told mom I wanted to run her mini van on the highway to see how it performed versus city driving. We don't really have much choice it is either Highway 90-E toward Brackettville or Highway 90-W toward Lake Amistad or what is left of Lake Amistad with all the water the International Water Commission releases, it resembles a creek now :-(
Many of you are familiar with Barney, of OFM Adventures fame http://ofmadventures.blogspot.com/ he just left Del Rio after having spent a couple of weeks here. On his blog he had pictures of his adventures on Lake Amistad and some were really sad, as they showed the very low lake levels. I must say that seeing it in person is even sadder.
I saw this vehicle at my favorite campground at the lake...Governors Landing. I apologize for the poor quality. For those new to the blog I am a member of a vandweller's forum. I love to see all the creative ways people come up with to outfit their vans and other vehicles. Some only use them to travel in but many make them their full time home. I would have loved to have asked them where they were from, what cities they had visited and where they were headed but alas they were not outside.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.