Where We Be
|Kerrville, Texas (Month of April)
|Stonehenge II on the outskirts of Ingram. You never know what you're going to find in Texas!
|Pleasing view of the Guadalupe River near Ingram
|The Community Center at Johnson Creek RV Resort feels like a well-kept home
|Johnson Creek from the elevated patio at the Community Center
|...And a comfortable log-framed bed and living area
|But inside it's nice...We have a small kitchen...
|Yes, we're living in a warehouse! Doesn't look like much from the outside, does it?
|A pretty stretch of Johnson Creek right near the RV park
|Picturesque cascade near Ingram
|The real Stonehenge is still on our list!
|The covered patio overlooking Johnson Creek -- our favorite place to relax with a glass of wine in the afternoon
|Johnson Creek RV Resort is an unusual combination -- half RV park and half pecan grove
Kerrville is conveniently located in the heart of Texas Hill
Country just off Interstate 10. We found our home for the
month of April by driving around Kerrville and visiting the
many RV parks there. We were prepared to stay in our van
for the month, but Johnson Creek RV Park offered a cabin
that represented a much more comfortable option. The
yellow warehouse-like building may not look like much from
the outside, but inside it's quite comfortable, with a
log-frame bed, kitchen, and amenities like wi-fi, cable, and
electricity included. Pecan trees cover the grounds, and the
classy Community Center looks like a well-kept home. The
views of Johnson Creek from the Community Center's
elevated patio are beautiful. Our favorite afternoon activity
is sitting on the patio enjoying a glass of wine while chatting
with the friendly folks staying here. Most are full-time RV'ers.
We kept busy touring the Hill Country -- at its prettiest in
April when the bluebonnets bloom and the trees turn green
with new growth. We went for hikes in three different state
parks: Enchanted Rock, Guadalupe River, and Pedernales.
We threw back beers in tiny Luckenbach, had amazing
barbecue at Cooper's in Llano, visited LBJ's "Texas White
House," saw the Admiral Nimitz Museum of the Pacific War in
Fredericksburg, and went kayaking at Zilker Park in Austin.