We awoke early enough this morning to attend early church at 8:00 AM. First United Methodist Church of Mission has three services each Sunday: an early traditional service at 8:00 AM, a praise and worship service at 9:00 AM, and the regular traditional service at 11:00 AM. After this morning, we have attended all three. The early traditional service was packed, and we had to sit in the balcony. It is my least favorite of the three services, though still good.
On our way back to the motorhome after church, we stopped at McDonald’s for Egg McMuffins. With nice weather forecasts for the foreseeable future, Kay and I washed the very dirty Honda, not having been washed since just after getting in the RGV in late November.
I attempted a long bicycle ride from our resort to Anzalduas Park, approximately 7 miles each way. There was a $4 fee for weekends—Friday, Saturday, and Sunday—so I did not go into the park, but returned back to the resort, stopping along the way to photograph the skeletal remains of an old mission. Kay and I spent a couple of hours in the hot tub and pool, though the pool was still a bit cool from last week’s cold weather.
Happy hour followed pool and spa time, and the palapa was full as everyone wanted to visit after hunkering down most of last week.
We opted not to attend the baked potato dinner at the Activities Center, and spent the rest of the evening watching television.