We both expected a noisy night being parked in the Walmart lot in San Angelo, TX. However, we were pleasantly surprised and got a very good night’s sleep. We arrived in Llano a little after noon, and did a double take when we saw the long line at Cooper's Old Time BBQ. We had planned on just stopping for lunch and then continuing to our property in Spring Branch. At that point we decided to check out the Llano River Park which is run by the City of Llano. They had back in sites on pavement with 50amp electric, water, and sewer for $15 a night. At that price, we got set up for the night and went to Cooper’s for a late lunch and also got some extra bbq meat to bring home for a few meals. We still had a long line when we returned, but after about 20 minutes we approached the bbq pit. It was looking pretty good!
After lunch, we returned to the RV to finish up a few projects we had going on and then went for a drive around town a little later in the day.
This is the former Llano jail which is on the historic register and there is a fundraiser going on to renovate it.
At the east of town on Hwy 29, there is a store that has some unique yard art and bottle trees.
Then it was back to the RV for a quiet evening of tv, computer, and reading.