|Awoke to humid overcast day which was fine for our bike ride along the green belt for an hour. I had work to do and other wise cleaned the rig.
Went to La Fonda (recommended by the Bagwells) which is located north of San Antonio in a historic area near Trinity College (2415 Main Street). As we entered a well dressed gentleman commented on our rig and asked where we were from. He then said, you’ll love the food here!” We certainly did! This was not the typical Mexican fare of beans, rice etc. We shared some flautas which were tender had a wonderful white sauce drizzled on top. Bob had a shredded duck taco and a very unusual light, green chile enchilada. I had a fajita salad with smoked beef, caramelized onions, avocado and chipotle lime dressing. We were seated on the patio and as soon as we received our food, the flies came in droves. Others were amazed too. Moved inside!
Then continued onto Costco where we bought a cooked chicken for dinner and some wines. Back to camp where we debugged the rig, did laundry and went to the pool. Campers are very friendly so it does not take long to learn why they are on the road and why. Today we talked to a young mother from Temecula with 3 kids under five and four dogs. She and her older husband have taken the kids for the past three years on 2 month trips across the US. Another couple from the FL Keys were on their way to Montana and then to Virginia for a family reunion. Their rig is their home so travel whenever and wherever.
As you have surmised, the heat, humidity and the fact we have been in SA several times deterred our interest in any sightseeing. That’s ok!