Anyone in the Texas Hill Country with a camping trailer?


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Anyone in the Texas Hill Country with a camping trailer?

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In a little over a week my wife and I are headed back down to the hill country again. We'll visit Fredericksburg this time and check out the WWII Pacific & Nimitz museum and probably rider the Twisted Sisters again, but going the other way this year.

We've been talking about longer trips again and she's warming up to the idea of a camping trailer. I was wondering if there is anyone around San Antonio with a camping trailer that would be willing to show it to us next week on either the 25th or 26th? We might be able to stay an additional day and return home on Monday, which would give us the option of visiting and checking out a trailer on the 27th, but we won't know that until the 25th. My wife has been notified she might be called to testify in some DUI trial that might be starting on Monday. If that gets cancelled or changed we plan to stay an extra day and travel back home on Monday instead of Sunday.


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Just a suggestion, the museum is huge. I had no idea when my son and I stopped to see it. We had 3 hours. We needed at least a day because there is so much to see.

So just thought I would tell you to give yourself plenty of time to tour it.
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echinus1988 wrote: Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:12 pm Just a suggestion, the museum is huge. I had no idea when my son and I stopped to see it. We had 3 hours. We needed at least a day because there is so much to see.

So just thought I would tell you to give yourself plenty of time to tour it.
I was planning on an entire day in Fredericksburg at a minumum. Although, the main Nimitz house might be currently closed for renovations, which would impact the vastness of what we could see. It will also be Oktoberfest down there. I won't be drinking since I'll be riding, but do plan on lots of German food.
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I hope you enjoy it and get to see more than we did. It is really a fantastic museum. I plan on returning, staying in the area so I can tour it for at least one full day, maybe more.

Ride Safe!


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