Leaving Rockport went right on schedule at 9 am. The trip went very smoothly except for me making a wrong turn and having to go around in t big loop. Then the rest of the way was rolling smoothly as the Team approached Hebbronville. Then the zigzag colored lines showed up in my vision.
It was my lucky day as the health clinic was closed and provided a great spot to stop until my normal vision returned. These migraines are a real pain in the head. Even with this delay, the arrival was earlier than had been anticipated. After checking in, it was off to park the Castle.
This site is tight. My neighbor and John of http://travlinwithjohn.blogspot.com/ helped spot the trailer into the site. It took a few pull ups and back ups but the Castle is settled in now for the week.
When some more information was needed, a walk up the hill to the front of the campground yielded this nice picture of the entrance.
After resting my head for a good while, John rode with me to show me the town and the restaurants, the fairgrounds and some other spots. It was nice having a guide to clue me in on things. This seems to be a nice town in general.
After supper at a local restaurant John was dropped off at his RV and the Castle greeted me with enthusiasm. The cool dry air here in the brush country feels soft and soothing. It will be an early shower and bedtime tonight. Visiting with John was a good way of trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.