Warm and soggy
I just returned from 2 nights at Blanco State Park. Small park, half-full, but I counted 2 B+ and 5 class B during my walkaround. All SOB, except me. I camped under live-oak and some huge pecan trees. You cross the Blanco River on a low-water bridge to get to the camping area. There is a one-way emergency exit in the event of high water.
The weather forecast was for 3 warm and dry days. The night before I left, the same forecast popped up with 20% rain for all 3 days. They were right. The skies wept pretty constantly except for about 4 hours that I sat out front of the AI and read in the sunshine. The warm part was right. I actually used my AC to get the humidity down a bit and used it on the way home this morning. Should break a heat record today. Slept both nights under a sheet with no heat.
There had been a big hailstorm a week earlier. The ground was paved with green live-oak leaves. The live-oaks are green all year and drop their leaves in the spring.
John W. Irwin
2018 Interstate GT, "Sabre-Dog V"