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Posted Oct 2, 07:13 PM


While in Eureka Springs we needed to bunker down twice due to Tornado’s that threatened our lives. Just 4 days after arriving in San Marcos Texas, Hurricane Ike hit the coast of Texas and moved towards us. As it turned out Hurricane Ike did lots of damage and luckily we were spared.


While in Eureka Springs we needed to bunker down twice due to Tornado’s that threatened our lives. Just 4 days after arriving in San Marcos Texas, Hurricane Ike hit the coast of Texas and moved towards us. As it turned out Hurricane Ike did lots of damage and luckily we were spared.
The RV park in San Marcos is full of large old trees, some Pecan and others Oak, so a Hurricane of any size could do lots of damage.
The river is close by so any really heavy rain could effect us, although it would need to rain continuously for 48 hours and experience 12 inches of rain before we in harms way.
Do you like squirrels as we have an over abundance of them, I can capture a few and send you 10 or 20, we sure would not miss them.
Today I looked out of the window and saw a family of Mule Deer, I’ve never seen Mule Deer before and they sure are different than the normal deer and I can understand why they are called Mule Deer as they are a similar colour to a Mule.
The town of San Marcos is a reasonable mid sized town and the general population is relatively small but what brings the population up is the fact that it houses a large University.
The weather has been warm and very little rain and the weather is due to start getting colder soon.
Sammy loves the area as he gets to go swimming in the river. it’s his way of cooling off and being a Labrador he is in his element.


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