I have to write about the Texas Hill Country in 2 blog posts because there is just too much to write about. This section of Texas is so beautiful! Since we started traveling this has been the first part of the country that I could actually see myself living in. The only problem is there is no ocean and I really can’t see myself living in an area that is not near the ocean. And at this point I can’t see myself living anywhere except in my house on wheels because there is just so much more to see of this country, not to mention I think I have a serious case of wanderlust. It helps that my husband and kids feel the same way. Jesse (who did not want to do this) said just yesterday, “I want to live in an RV and travel for 400 years!” Okay Jesse, let’s hope you live long enough to do that. 🙂
Anyway, when we first drove into this part of Texas, the kids were asking “are those mountains??” Being from Florida, we’re not used to anything higher than a bridge. I told them that I think they are considered hills not mountains since they call this the “Hill Country”, but they sure look like mountains to us and they sure are beautiful!
So our adventure in Hill Country began in Canyon Lake at Jellystone Park. We love to visit Jellystone Parks whenever we can, and this one was just as much fun as the others we’ve been to.