I was going to try to make San Antonio last night but I was more tired than I thought. Setting travel destinations is kind of like ordering food at a restaurant when you're hungry. You think you can eat it all, but you usually end up not even coming close.
I hit the “walmart button” on my GPS... asking it to direct me to the nearest walmart. It was only 30 miles away. About 25 minutes later, in her thick British accent, the GPS lady proudly boasted that “I had arrived”. I didn’t see a walmart though. I drove up the street and back again when I finally realized this WAS the walmart. It had gone out of business. Now, there’s something you don’t see everyday… a walmart going out of business.
I pulled in and found a great place to stealthily camp. Not knowing if I was still welcomed to spend the night, I hid the RV from the road. Can you see it in this picture? It’s there.
No, I’m not David Blaine. I can’t make an RV disappear but I can hide it so you don’t see it.
The place was deserted. Not a single person to be seen yet, the lights were mostly on inside. Strange.