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The San Antonio River Walk
Let's get together and make the River Walk the #1! The beautiful River Walk has been nominated as one of the Best Texas Attractions by USA TODAY. You can vote once a day every single day! Voting ends Monday, June 5th, 2017 at 11:59 am. Let's do this!
Riverwalk fact #9-The IH-35 bridge near Camden and Newell Streets along the San Antonio River’s Museum Reach has been a summer home for a colony of 20,000 Mexican free-tail bats. Folks gather to watch them leave their roost each summer evening
San Antonio Museum of Art entrance is free every Tuesday from 4:00 - 9:00 PM and Sunday 10 am to noon. Lots of free programs including lectures, films, sketching and tours. A large parking lot directly faces the Museum's entrance. Parking is free with Museum admission.
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While some of the linked article may be too cyber-ese for many of us, the short video at the top of the article clearly defines what "ransomware" is and some ways to avoid it or make it less painful. Also what we can do if we get infected by it. At least check out the vid, you've probably already heard of someone with this computer infection.
Jayco is recalling more than 13,000 model year 2017 trailers. The LED ceiling lights may produce excessive heat increasing the risk of fire causing personal and/or property damage. The LED ceiling lights involved in the recall produce extreme high temperatures during normal use which may cause light failure. Some of the failure characteristics are melting of the plastic housing, smoldering, and charred and scorched ceiling panels. These characteristics coincide with language used in Early Warning reporting when describing “fire-related phenomena.” Jayco will notify owners, and dealers will replace the affected LED ceiling lights with a different light, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin on June 30, 2017. Owners may contact Jayco customer service at 1-800-283-8267. Jayco’s number for the recall is 9901349
San Antonio Riverwalk: fact #1- Yanaguana, “place of restful waters,” was the original name of the San Antonio River. It was renamed during a mass on Saint Anthony’s Day in 1691. Rolando Briseno’s iron sculpture, "Padre Damian Massanet's Table," commemorates the mass.
Riverwalk fact #7-Robert Hugman, a local from Brackenridge HS, designed the Riverwalk and other SA attractions. He designed the bridges with arches high enough for gondoliers and floats to pass. Check out the original river cruise boats...a far cry from today's.
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