Yesterday, we spent time exploring the park.
Well, if you don't count the run to Walmart in Hot Springs for a few items.
We also found a little roadside vegetable stand close by.
They sell double yolk eggs, and Barry is still trying to figure out why the hens lay double yolk eggs. The ladies that were working the stand couldn't really answer any of our questions. For example "black apples" were listed on their sign, and yet they didn't really know what people did with the black apples. Do you just eat them, bake them, or feed them to your horse? If you know let me know. ( plus they don't look black.) I am a bad photo blogger because I didn't take any photos. I had a stomach ache and was being whiney.
After lunch, Barry and Jerry decided to kayak. Unfortunately, the did not get far before it started raining.
It rained off and on the rest of the evening, but Barry was still able to cook some hamburgers for us.
After dinner, the storm hit. It rained all night and made for some good camping weather in a nice, comfy trailer. I don't think it would have been a good evening to be in a tent. Plus, I think the snakes may have been taken by surprise by the cold snap. Jerry and Kathy saw two yesterday ( or maybe the same one twice) around their campsite.
I know this is riveting, but once all the prep work is done camping is pretty relaxing.
The cool snap should reach Texas soon. Enjoy.
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