Bus Trip: Riverside Club and Sunset Cruise on the Riverside Dreamer

Winter Ranch and Trophy Gardens shared the bus today and we headed over to Riverside Club in Mission, Texas for dinner.  They are kind of famous for their tenderloins and you can see why.

12-DSC02939This is Judith Simpson’s tenderloin.  Don’t worry, she took half of it home!

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Milt and Cherri Schnare (in the front)
Milt was our bus driver this evening.  Thanks much, Milton!

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Ron and Mary Jane Jensen, Dick and Karen Larsen and Pat Ellison

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Dawn Kauffman and Donna Rohrschneider

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Wendell Knight and Darrell Kauffman
Darrell doesn’t want his picture taken!

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Wendel Knight and Darrell Kauffman – Now don’t they both have great smiles!

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Rita and Arnie Huether and John and Jeane Figge

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Bill and Josie Roberts from Trophy Gardens and Jennifer Williams and Betty Smith

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Patti Franek and Cathy Chapin

We had a nice dinner and then we headed for the Riverside Dreamer for a sunset  cruise on the Rio Grande River.

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Heading to the Boat

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Judith Simpson, Cathy Chapin and Patti Franek

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Cherri and Milt Schnare

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John and Jeane Figge, Newcomers to Winter Ranch

They’ve increased the Iowa numbers!!


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Rita Huether, Jennifer Williams and Karen Larson

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There’s our Ride!

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Wendell looks to be the first aboard!

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Pat Ellison borrowed Larry Chapin’s hat to shade her eyes!
It’s a good look for her, don’t you think?

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Larry is giving Patti a hard time about her new look!

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Dean and Pat Ellison

Our Captain was a great narrator and explained everything we saw on both sides of the river.

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This is a private establishment on the Texas side of the river

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This is a new Palapa where Pepe’s used to be.

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 Some of the newer buildings on the Texas side – I think this is for sale now

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These are some of the nice river establishments on the Mexican side

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Looking over the Dam at how shallow the water is

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This is the Anzalduas Dam

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Our Blessed Mother – Probably Here to Protect River Crossers

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Our Taxes Hard at Work – The Texas Highway Patrol

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Five Machine Guns Onboard

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More on the Mexico Side

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The sun is setting

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Heading back

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Patti Franek, Judith Simpson and Lee Benfield

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Another Park Area on the Mexican Side

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Chimney Rock Campground

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Border Patrol’s Lookout

It was such a beautiful night.  Everyone seemed really to enjoy themselves.

 

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3 Responses to Bus Trip: Riverside Club and Sunset Cruise on the Riverside Dreamer

  1. Larry and Cathy says:

    Loved it!

    Like

  2. Donna and Wendell says:

    Great evening

    Liked by 1 person

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