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I titled this blog after putting it together. I didn't realize how many "eating" pictures were involved until after I wrote this blog of our travels to Fredericksburg, TX, and then on to Luling, TX.
After Fort Davis, TX we (along with Paul and Laura) moved further east to Johnson Creek RV Resort just west of Kerrville, TX. This was a very nice find of a campground by Paul. All of the sites were concrete and most had long pull thrus. The utilities all functioned well We stayed for 4 nights, and with 2 nights of 33% discounts (Escapees) and 2 nights of 50% discounts (Passport America), the rate was very reasonable.
Auslander Restaurant and Biergarten. The food was excellent and the chance to eat outside added to the experience.
After Kerrville, Paul and Laura and we split up to continue our summer travels in different directions. We traveled just a short distance east along Interstate 10 and stopped for a few nights at Riverbend RV Park near Luling, TX. Another Passport America park and a nice location to explore some of the sights in the area. One of the main reasons to stop was to visit my Aunt and Cousin who live just outside of Austin, TX in nearby Lago Vista. I hadn't seen either of them in a couple of years, so the chance to get together was very nice. Aunt Carol's place sits high on the hill above Lake Travis.
Back to that "eating" thing again, Carol wanted to take us to a restaurant named the Oasis Restaurant which overlooks Lake Travis.
The seating is arranged on many levels, all with a gorgeous view of the lake.
Dinner was excellent and the chance to meet up with family was even better.
The real bonus for this restaurant, and a favorite my many of the patrons, is the ability to view the sunset from the comfort of your table.
I chose sliced beef brisket and a spicy sausage for dinner. I will concede that it was the most tender brisket I've ever eaten. The slightly smoky BBQ taste (without any sauce or toppings) was excellent. I believe that they will also mail order. Um, just a thought!
That's enough food for one blog. In the next blog, I'll continue to talk about our stay in Luling and I promise no more food talk in that one.
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