We went to this museum today that specializes in Indian and Harley motorcycles
Very well done.
This is a Ural Motorcycle built in 2006 in Russia
This 176-acre refuge has a varied landscape of shallow lake, woodlands and thorn forest. Explore the trails, boardwalks, pavilions and observation decks. Interpretive programs and special tours are available. Park offices may be closed during certain days of non-peak season—contact the park for information. Admission charge. 3301 S. International Blvd. (F.M. 1015). 956/565-3919. www.worldbirdingcenter.org
We arrived and a butterfly walk starts.
Here are some photos.
Butterfly tour is over.
So we watch the turtles.
Driver side mirror got caught up in the wire fence.
They ran over the cord for the rear lights and broke the drivers side rear tail light.
And bent the ladder.
Getting ready to paint the damage.
The paint looks great and parts are ordered for the rear.
We had a great trip until we got close to McAllen on a Sunday. Then as it turned out the serpentine belt left the motorhome and left us stranded.
We got a tow. The tow had to remove the drive shaft to tow us.
We had a free night of camping in the Universal Towing Yard. There was damage to the motorhome.
Today we went to Aransas National Wildlife Refuge to see Whooping Cranes.
Famed as a principal wintering ground for the near-extinct whooping crane, the refuge is on a broad peninsula about 12 miles across the bay northeast of Rockport. It is administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a refuge for the protection and management of various species of wildlife. About 400 species of birds—Canada geese, pintail ducks, American wigeons, sandhill cranes and more—have been recorded. Other inhabitants include alligators, white-tailed deer, javelina and raccoon. Sight-seeing, nature observation, hiking and photography are permitted along designated public-use roads, trails and at observation towers; also picnic areas.
The white specks in the photo below is as close as we got to Whooping Cranes.
Water moccasin snake (Poisonous)