Automobiles of Art
1927 Erskine Touring Car
But we do love the San Antonio Riverwalk, so we took a little side trip. We ordered. Mark had Texas Catfish, I had the taco soup and Sherry had enchiladas. Mark and I helped Sherry clean her plate.
We heard the strolling troubadours and watched lots of folks having a good time, then headed back to the RV. This old man is tired, the trip today was tough with a lot of pouring rain.
The tourist buggies were in full swing, here is one.
It is going to be hard to forgive the Texas DOT for trying to repair 100 miles of interstate and all the bridges at one time. What a trip! Imma tell you there are some NARROW lanes with concrete walls on both sides.
Our minds went back 15 years when we were taking the same trip to San Antonio, Sherry w=had relieved me driving and she hit Houston and they were working on this same interstate. Sherry white-knuckled the coach all the way through Houston, there was no place to pull off to switch drivers. BUT she came through like a champ and “didn’t hit nothing!”