The owner of this park works diligently to upgrade it as often as money allows. Today he was re-leveling the site pads after the folks left. The next visitors will have great level pads to park on whenever they arrive.
When he returns from vacation there are big plans for improvements to the park. It certainly will make things very nice here when they are finished.
For my amazement and information gathering a lot of road time was put in today. Part of it was for deciding if a stay at some locations is warranted. Some was just to see how things are going after the drought of last year. It seems all the pastures and fields are coming back full strength and very green.
Over at Choke Canyon Lake, the water level is much better than it was during my last visit. There were a good number of boats out fishing. The water was very calm. In this next picture the two fellows caught a couple fish each while my eyes were scrutinizing them carefully. As you can tell part of the trip was checking out yakking locations also.
During the ride back to the Castle by way of Corpus Christi, several small rain squalls were encountered. None were very heavy or windy but the rain is needed to keep the crops growing. The corn fields are showing plants in the 3 to 6 inch height range. Proper water is critical for a good crop.
The Castle was relocated within my site today to get it out from under one branch of a tree. The roof is covered in leaves and pollen and other debris. A few small ants have fallen from the tree and found their way inside the Castle. So it was time to move from under the tree limb. That took nearly thirty minutes to break the trailer down, move it and re set it up again. But now it is in the spot that it should have been placed in the first place. It was a hot and sweaty job to make the move.
This evening the temperatures dropped to very pleasant and some serious visiting went on at the porch. It made a great finish to a day of trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.