The Benbrook Lake US Army COE campground is great for biking so I decided to take a ride and shoot a few pictures. The temperature hovered around 100 degrees so it was important to stay hydrated.
I biked about 10 miles, saw some great areas of the lake, and got in some good exercise.
Later in the day, we had a visit from Mark and Dortha who stopped by to say hi. We found their blog earlier in the year and have been following them ever since. They know my brother and his wife since they have kids that went to Texas A&M. Small world!
They have been fulltimers for quite a while and are also Tiffin owners so we learned a lot from them. Mark sells The Solution, so I bought some from him and am anxious to try it out.
The great thing about meeting them is that they are just nice friendly people. We wish them well on their summer/fall trip to the Dakotas, Montana, Washington and elsewhere. We sure are glad they took time to say hi before they left on their trip! Blessings to them and we wish you safe travels.
Wednesday was fun because Brad and Andy and I got to play some golf. This time we played at Iron Horse and it was a very nice course. It was a little short which was easy on the scorecard. I was pleased with my 81 even with one in the water and a shank.
Later Pam/Kelly and I had dinner at Brad and Sue's house with Jo/Andy and Katherine/Dante. It was a great evening. Sue is such a great cook and they are gracious hosts.
The hardest part of the evening was saying good bye to Kelly. It is always hard saying good bye to your kids. Especially when you have ones like Adam and Kelly.
Kelly is staying in Fort Worth and going to find a job and live there or in the Dallas area. If any of you know of a position in the Interior Design field, please let me know.
It was a wonderful time in Fort Worth. That's it for this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles. Thanks for checking it out and we will catch you down the road...