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  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
    The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next :
    September 19Thought for the day:
    Have you ever been in a bad mood and was a jerk to someone, only to find out that they are way better at being a jerk than you are?
    • the circle family and 10 others like this.
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      Habadabeer September 19 Years ago I got stuck behind a car poking along at 5 mph below the speed limit with no opportunity to pass. To express my irritation I got right up on his bumper trying to encourage him to speed up. Followed him like that all the way to my house. I pulled...  more
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) September 19 I try and not. Yesterday we went to get fuel at a Speedway. They normally take regular CC. Well this one wouldn’t, so of course it was frustrating. So I go in to pay for fuel. Told the Lady needed $65 on pump 18. In fact, repeated it. So go out tell Marc ...  more
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      Buddy and Cathy September 19 Oh yeah.
  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
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    September 18 Walking distance from the 4-Way Bar in Lakehills is a new Mexican restaurant called La Cabana. Good chips and salsa, excellent food and a big outdoor patio (too hot right now)…
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) September 18 We were up that way last year just driving around. Didn’t see it, if did, would have stopped. Thank you for letting all know.
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    September 18The first half of the Medina Lake slideshow at the top of my Texas gallery is from dusk and sundown yesterday. The day's photos end with the large moon pic, then continues with photos from previous visits. Sad to see the lake level so low, but it still ...  more
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) September 18 Beautiful
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    September 18Medina Lake is way down to only 30% of its capacity. The first photo from three years ago is only about 20 feet from where I was standing last night. The second was last night... The 3rd photo is from around the same spot taken 18 months ago.
    • Tony & Shari Horinek and 8 others like this.
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      The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next September 18 Texas has been funny this summer, with some areas getting a lot of rain and others, like Medina, getting almost none.
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      Tony & Shari Horinek September 18 Sad, we desperately need rain.  
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      GregnSteve September 18 Many don’t realize that more water is depleted from soils and water table than from a lake or reservoir during drought conditions (plus agro and water systems keep drawing down ground water), so the bulk of rain goes toward trying to replenish soils and w...  more
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      Ray & Ann September 18 I remember my cousin in Dangerfield selling much of their herd because they didnt have enough water
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      rkymtn97 September 18 I don't know what percentage it is down but all lakes and rivers in Yellowstone are way down....
  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
    The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next :
    September 17Thought for the day:
    Striving to be the best is a fool's errand for most of us, leading many to feelings of failure and disappointment. Being good at something is nothing to be disappointed about, and "best" is utterly subjective.
    • The Brews Cruise and 16 others like this.
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      Habadabeer September 17 When I was teaching, I had a poster above the chalkboard (yes, I’m that old):

      “Progress, not perfection”

      Or as my commander once told me: “Why would I risk a perfectly mediocre career over that?!”
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      See spot run RV September 17 Sorry, not me. I always strived to be the best at most everything I do. That way I may end above average at most.
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    September 16Thought for the day:
    It seems to me that some of these truck stops or super-sized gas stations could make a fortune offering a fast-food drive-thru for RV's...
    • The Brews Cruise and 16 others like this.
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      Tony & Shari Horinek September 16 We usually park back close to where the trucks park, out of the way.  We walk up to a fast food restaurant.  Sometimes it feels good to get out and stretch..
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) September 16 I would like to have RV pumps where we can fit in and not need a fuel card, first.
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      TheClearyClan September 16 If they had "curb side spots" for the RVs that could be a viable alternative.
      Bob
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      Randy & Sanja September 16 I sure want be GUI,ty of going there.
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      WeMustRV September 17 I have actaully seen this. I think it maybe at the Walcott struck Stop in Iowa on I-80. The drive up window was at truck height.
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    September 15 Thought I would check out a new little bar and grill here in Lakehills (of all places), and found out it’s a huge place! No draft beer 😞 but lots of indoor and outdoor seating. They have a nice stage outside with 42 picnic tables out there. Very nice for...  more
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    • Canadian Hellie and 16 others like this.
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      Hank & Shirleen September 16 We will have to check it out as well! 
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      LivingOurDreamNow September 16 Pretty cool.  Good to know info for our next stay at Medina Lake TT.  Did the 50 amp electric service upgrade happen yet?
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      See spot run RV September 16 Great. I love to stumble upon places like that.
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      Tony & Shari Horinek September 16 Nice, it isn’t a dry county is it?  Unless some counties in Texas allow private clubs, they can’t sell alcohol.
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      Bob &Maria September 16 That's ok with no draft beer, I sometimes get that draft beer headache after a couple. Will have to check it out on our way thru. Thanks for the heads up... 🍺
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    September 15Thought for the day:
    I've heard that eggs are excellent for a fitness diet. If you don’t like the taste, just add cocoa, flour, sugar, butter and baking powder and cook at 350 for 30 minutes.
    • Craig and Kim Parker and 20 others like this.
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      Canadian Hellie September 15 Tricky - not sure how much to use of each item.  chuckle.  
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      JVBV September 15 They've kept me fit and waking up on the green side of the grass for a long time! Luckily I only take a bit of salt and maybe some hot sauce just to keep me ornery!
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      Habadabeer September 15 How do you like your eggs?

      In brownies!
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      See spot run RV September 15 If you add all those ingredients is it still a fitness diet or a dessert.
      I like my eggs any way. Plain hard boiled is fine.
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        Canadian Hellie September 15 I guess it depends upon how much of those ingredients you add to the egg(s).  I like my eggs well done/boiled or fried.  Not a fan of poached, etc.  Hubby likes soft-boiled.  I have to look the other way.  
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      The Brews Cruise September 15 I like my eggs several ways. Over easy, mixed in with grits with butter and three slices of crisp fried bacon crumbled, everything mixed together with some salt and pepper too. I also love a mushroom and cheese omelet. Also Hard Boiled, sliced in half, a ...  more
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  • Tink & Chuck
    Tink & Chuck checked out of Medina Lake RV CampgroundSeptember 14
  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
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    September 14Thought for the day:
    One important lesson I've learned is that, as you age, hardships in the past often can help you get through hardships in the present.
    • SusieBob and 9 others like this.
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      Habadabeer September 14 “Dear whatever doesn’t kill me,

      I’m strong enough already, thanks!”
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      See spot run RV September 14 Agreed, and I have had my share of experiences. I should know better when to stop.