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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed
the San Angelo Riverwalk in Texas
May 9, 2015

As the two RV Gypsies started their walk along the river on the other side from the Visitor Center, they saw another painted sheep. This time, both sides of the sheep were painted the same.

painted sheep
painted sheep

Next, the two RV Gypsies saw the first of several waterfalls on this side of the Riverwalk. Lee photographed it from one end and Karen photographed it from the other end. All of the waterfalls flowed into the river.

waterfall
waterfall

A green sheep with a small bird on its head.

A green sheep with a small bird on its head.

Another bridge and a view of the river.

bridge #3
view of the river
geese
geese

A nice park area along the Riverwalk named The Bosque.

entry to The Bosque park.

A truck decorated with ceramic tiles.

Karen Duquette and the decorated truck
A truck decorated with ceramic tiles
A truck decorated with ceramic tiles
A truck decorated with ceramic tiles

The decorated bridge #4

decorated side of a bridge
decorated side of a bridge

Below: Close-up photos of birds inside the lakes of the decorated tree under the bridge shown above.

birds in the tree
brid in the tree- art
Art in UNcommon Places sign
paintings
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paintings under the bridgepaintings under the bridgepaintings under the bridge

The two RV Gypsies watched a bird catch a fish, then fly away.

bird
bird

Another waterfall along the Riverwalk that flows into the river, and another bridge.

waterfall
bridge

One ceramic tile wall - The two RV Gypsies peeked through opposite sides of the wall. Each side was different.

Lee Duquette
Karen Duquette

Informative signs under the bridge.

Informative signs under the bridge
Informative signs under the bridge

A dam and its sign.

dam sign
dam

This decorative bridge is known as "the Low Bridge" and it had lots of signs on the walkway of the bridge, people's names in bricks, and artwork.

the Low Bridge
glad sign
hopscotch painted on the low bridge
game boards on the low bridge
game boards on the low bridge

After crossing the Low Bridge, the two RV Gypsies were back on the same side of the Riverwalk as the Visitor Center.

Pearl of the Conchos - mermaid and plaque.

plaque
Pearl of the Conchos statue

Karen stopped to photograph the duck in the photo below, but when she did, the big goose shown in the second photograph started chasing her with its beak open and yelling at her. Karen called to Lee to help her and Lee waved a bag at the goose and Karen quickly ran past the goose. The goose then went into the river, so Karen took a photo of the nasty goose.

duck
duck and nasty goose

There wasn't much scenery on this side of the Riverwalk on the way back to the Visitor Center, until the two RV Gypsies came across some great art under a bridge.

The back of a ceramic tile clamshell
Lee takes a rest on the clamshell bench
Lee Duquette and the clamshell bench
a decorated car
a decorated car
the back of the car and a bench
a decorated car

Karen stopped so that Lee could take an InstaPlace photo for Facebook. That way her family and friends would know where she is at.

Karen Duquette
Karen Duqutte and the drcorated truck
Karen Duqutte and the drcorated truck
truck
truck

Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures in Texas
May 4 - 10, 2015

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Houston TX and Blue Elbow Swamp

Westlake RV Resort in Houston

The Alamo

Restaurants in San Antonio

Louis Tussaud's Waxworks

Ripley's Believe It Or Not

SegCity Segways Tour

San Antonio (the city)

Medina Lake -Thousand Trails in Pipe Creek

San Angelo Visitor Center

San Angelo Riverwalk and art

Old Town San Angelo

Nature Center and Sunken Gardens

downtown San Angelo


San Angelo KOA

Monahans Sandhills State Park and rolling down the sand dunes

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the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies AFTER you have seen all of the above, please continue on to New Mexico