Bob and I had a date to Home Depot to buy shelves so we could utilize the upper space in the cabinet. Today Bob tackled the project and finished it. Now we can find our CDs and DVDs plus a few other items we store in that space. It's so organized!
|Here's the result of Bob's handiwork.|
|Voila! Organized storage.|
Our plans today included getting together with Mona Liza and Steve of The Lowe's RV Adventures. Both Bob and Steve had their projects lined out for today. You already know about Bob's project. Steve installed wi-fi on their MH. The projects were finished around 3:00 p.m.
We picked up Steve and Mona Liza. Bob played tour guide. We drove them past Mission San Jose and recommended they check out the National Park Visitor Center and explore the mission. Bob was on a mission to show them some other places nearby.
Since Steve had been a private pilot, we took them to Stinson Field and into the lobby where there are historic photos and articles. Little did we know, but the Texas Air Museum is at Stinson Field. Now Bob and I need to go back to see that!
From Stinson Field we drove to the Acequia Espada, a historic aqueduct.
Then we spent a little while at Mission Espada, looked in the Visitor Center and walked the grounds. While we were there a bride in her wedding dress with her bouquet was having her photos taken at the historic site. We had to stay out of the background of the photos.
|Steve, Mona Liza and Bob at Mission Espada ruins.|
|Mona Liza is another shutterbug.|
|See illustration below.|
|Artist's rendering of The Alamo.|
We wanted to take Mona Liza and Steve to dinner on the Riverwalk to celebrate both their birthdays (which are in February), but they insisted on taking us to dinner for driving them around this afternoon. That was very nice of them. After parking the car, we walked to the Riverwalk and entered the Riverwalk through one of the big hotels.
The following mural was designed by Thomas M. Stell, Jr. who died in 1981. The artwork was completed by Charles Francis Winans in 1981.
|Mosaic gift from Tesoro Petroleum Corp. to the City of San Antonio.|
|Beautiful courtyard outside hotel.|
|Glass art in a glass shop. (No, it's not Chihuly glass.)|
Even though our service was slow, we had a chance to talk about our travels and future plans, how we met our spouses, what kind of work we had done, our reading and music preferences, RV parks, workamping, what we enjoy seeing on the road, and cats and dogs. We found we have a lot in common.
Hopefully we will spend more time with them before they leave on Wednesday. I am getting very sleepy. Good night.
Travel Bug out.