Easter Sunday since we did not have to hunt Easter Eggs we decided to go on a short trip with our good friends from Idaho who are also staying at By the River Campground with us. So we set out with destination of Camp Verde again. As we approached this stop we realized they were closed for the day. So we continued on down the road to Bandera. Luck was on our side and we went into OST for a great lunch. OST stands for Old Spanish Trail and this is a true old time cafe. They serve a big chicken fried steak and good fried chicken tenders, some of the biggest and most tender I have ever seen. They also serve some really good Mexican food. They have a John Wayne room with all sorts of Duke stuff and pictures. The bar is unique in that the bar stools are actually saddles mounted on legs. OST has been here for many years and well known among locals. Out front were mainly pickups mixed with SUVs and BMWs. Bandera is known as the Cowboy Capital of the World so you can expect anything rustic here. It has been home to many dude ranches and camps for kids for years. Once we returned to the RV we spent the evening saying our goodbyes and prepared to leave the next morning and head on further west and more adventures.