July 14 to
July 16, 2021
Riverside RV Park
This visit was return home and a reunion with Uncle Jack for Elizabeth.
Her Uncle Jack took us to dinner, and the two of them had a chance to catch up. Riverside RV Park is part of the city park that sits on the Pecan Bayou, an overflow from Lake Brownwood that is controlled by dams and rain fall. I left The Flower stone by the tree outside our coach, but the maintenance staff was running the weed-eater and my Friendly Stone disappeared.
The next day we went to Brady, where I finally had my Mac’s Barbecue green chile mac n’ cheese, Of course, we found quilt shops in Brownwood, Early, and Brady.
We found the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum in Brady. Every museum chooses a unique way to display their artifacts, what was cool here was that performers outfits were displayed on mannequins alongside pictures of their performance.
ElizaBeth and Uncle Jack visited the family cemetery.