There is a book called "The Crossing" by Martin Delaney which might be a useful guide. He rode the ST west to east, starting November 2002. I think the book is still readily available.
Best wishes for your ride.
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Thanks a lot aggie. Were hoping to ride from Sanderson to Comstock, 90.5 miles. We have 2 long days, this one and Van Horn to Fort Davis. I'm thinking about getting a camelback and just use it for these two rides. I guess there is no services, between these two rides. I must say, I'm kind of concerned about getting around Austin and San Antonio. I'm thinking about leaving the people I'm riding with and try and make it from La Grange to Katy, where I live. Thanks again for the reply.