Texas Hill Country
We spent the last week of January and beginning of February, 2008 touring Texas
West of Austin, and north of San Antonio, this very scenic part of Texas boasts
many rivers, lakes, state parks, picnic areas and amazing hiking trails.
We had great weather and a wonderful time. I'll let the photos tell the story...
We had a gorgeous day at Pedernales Falls State Park.
The many Hill Country Vineyards offer free wine tastings daily .
We came upon this Texas Hills Winery before noon and had to remind ourselves,
"It's 5 o'clock somewhere!"
We really enjoyed ourselves in Austin, a truly entertaining city.
Dubbed "the music capital of the world", Austin boasts more music venues per
capita than any other city in the USA.
Austin's beautiful river-side trails make keeping fit look like fun.
We hiked to the top of Enchanted Rock at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area.
We spent a night at this free location where Randy was happy that he could
listen to The Superbowl
while enjoying a great vista-view at the same time.
I spent my time writing while Randy listened to the game.
As always, we spent almost no money on camping but found free
locations. This lakeside campsite in the heart of
Hill Country was one of our favorites.
Details about the free campsites are all in my
Frugal Shunpiker's Guide: RV Boondocking In Southern Texas
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