Morning 63 Degrees, Wind SSW 2 & gusting to 7 Mph, Humidity 94%, .
Afternoon 81 Degrees, Wind N 13 & gusting to 25 Mph, Humidity 38%, mostly cloudy.
|A couple of the Rancher's "fur kids"|
We ended our gate at noon today and started our preparations to travel. We are headed to San Antonio to get the bedroom air conditioner replaced. I made a last trip into Big Spring for a few groceries and bring back to Buster a hot lunch.
So we decided to not go to Caterina, TX to gate guard for another company. Caterina in south Texas is remote and the Ranch gate eight miles off the paved road. With the bedroom air conditioner not working we decided to pass on that gate. After returning from Big Spring shopping I got a call from another gate company for a gate job starting on the fourteenth of June. So the oil companies are starting to work with the price of oil rising and winter snow bird RV’ers are not in south Texas for work. Gate companies are having a hard time filling gate jobs.
|"fur kids" and Buster's shaddow|
Busters Gate - Garden City Texas - Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Morning 59 Degrees, Wind S 3 & gusting to 4 Mph, Humidity 85%, mostly cloudy.
North Llano River RV Park - Junction, TX
Afternoon 78 Degrees, Wind NNE 8 & gusting to 14 Mph, Humidity 76%, mostly cloudy.
|Buster Parked at North Llano River RV Park|
A one hundred eighty-four mile trip here from Big Spring mostly on US 83 & US 87 four lane roads. Weather was mostly cloudy except for the last twenty to thirty miles there was rain hard at times.
North Llano River RV Park - Junction, TX - Thursday, June 2, 2016
Morning 67 Degrees, Wind NNW 10 & gusting to 11 Mph, Humidity 90%, mostly cloudy.
We gave Buster a late start today leaving just after eleven than getting diesel fuel ($2.229 a gallon) a short way up the road to the interstate ten highway. This was the first fuel purchase since April sixth.
Texas RV Supply - San Antonio, Texas
Afternoon 84 Degrees, Wind N 2 & gusting to 3 Mph, Humidity 61%, overcast.
We are at our Texas RV repair place for the bedroom air conditioner and a few small things also. The trip was one hundred-nineteen miles and just under two and a half hours with the diesel fuel stop. There was a rain shower we drove thru that caught up to us here, we got rain again from the same storm. We left the RV park late enough to miss the rush hour traffic but there was a couple of slow downs approaching and in the city for vehicles exiting the interstate highway. There was a big slowdown for the exit to interstate four-ten but other than the the exit slowdowns it was clear sailing all the way here. I kept Buster in the right lane as the speed limit is eighty miles per hour west of San Antonio and Buster does not go there. It is tight here and we were parked in a back in spot with 50 amp electric. Weather permitting work could start tomorrow.