Another road at Amistad Lake that disappears into the water and reemerges on the other side.I think this could be made into a very interesting car race. Picture NASCAR's flying down the road at 200 miles an hour, hitting the lake and skittering across the water to the other side. I'd pay to see that.
It was a beautiful day today which motivated me to get out and do a few things. I went to Walmart, and then to the post office to pick up a General Delivery package. And the same thing happened that's been happening with all my package pickups which is the Post Office couldn't find it, well eventually they found it but it took a while.
This time it was weirder than normal. The package was addressed to me, General Delivery, with the address of the Del Rio post office. But Amazon sent it UPS which I guess is the way they send all of their Prime packages. And UPS delivered it to the Post Office. And when the Post Office finally found the package they told me it never should've been sent to the Post Office because it was a UPS “ground shipment” and normally the post office will return those to the sender but I picked it up before they could do that.
So now I'm totally confused, this is the third package that has been shipped by UPS to the post office. And each time they have trouble finding it but eventually they do and nobody's ever said anything about they were going to send it back to the sender. So what am I supposed to do? Amazon has never given me a choice of how it's shipped, I don't have an address to deliver a package to, all I have is a Post Office General Delivery address. I don't know what to do about all this, but I don't think I'll be ordering anything else until I can figure it all out.
Long time blogger and full-time RVer Barney [the old fat man] got to the San Pedro Boondocking area yesterday afternoon and is camped in his Arctic Fox travel trailer just down the road from me. It was good to see Barney again, since I hadn't seen him since I was in Corpus Christi, and having him living a few campsites down from me is going to be great. Barney is a wealth of information about full-time Rving and Texas RVing in particular. Since he's been a full-time RVer for almost 10 years, there's very few places that Barney hasn't been. And he's been keeping me entertained, and enlightened since he arrived.