There’s plenty of spaces in the RV parks around here, not too many tourists show up. The advantages are the limitless views of the largest mesquite forest I’ve seen. Interesting roadkill seen are armadillo (lots), anteater, javelina, racoon, wild hog, snakes and deer and furry cute animals.

I’ve been going through the Panhandle but I’m picking up on the feel that I’m approaching Hill Country. Panhandle seems to be aspiring to be West Texas. I never encourage low aspirations, but Panhandle appears to be struggling to even meet those standards.

It’s hot and humid, and the wind never lets up. My fridge is working great. Tomorrow I’ll intersect I-10, at “Junction”, heading to Hondo.

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