Last minute chores before RVing out of our Snowbird nest in Rockport, Texas

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OldTownRockport_Barber_JulianneGCraneSeems there are always dozens of small chores to do before hitting the road again after a longer stay — fill the propane tank, wash all the clothes, return books and CDs to the library, and, for Jimmy, getting a “regular” hair cut. Once we get on the road, I’m his barber.

We bicycled a couple of miles into Old Town to the Rockport Barber Shop on Austin Street.

OldTownRockport_Barber_JimmySmith_JulianneGCraneHarvey, the barber, gives a good traditional cut, complete with eyebrow trim, for $9.

Then we were off to the monthly outdoor Rockport Market Day to pickup last minute fresh produce for the road.

We leave tomorrow.

Julianne G. Crane

Photos: Outside of Rockport Barber Shop in Old Town. Bottom: Jimmy Smith getting his trim from Harvey, the barber. (Julianne G. Crane)

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