Deer Lake Cabins
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... on the square and got coffee at the Sweet Pea Bistro - very cute antique store. I love the town squares that many small towns have, but we miss them if we drive on the big highways. Called cousin Betty S. but no answer.
Spent the night in a screened shelter ($25) at Lake Bob Sandlin State Park. I had no cell service but the nice park ranger lady let me use her phone to call ...
Drove to Mt. Pleasant, TX for a quick KOA stay. Not the fanciest RV park, but it had a huge fenced dog yard.
Very nearly dropped the fifth wheel onto the truck bed. I guess I still need to use a checklist to make sure I do everything in the right order. I didn’t block the tires and the landing gear wasn’t all the way down before I opened the hitch. So I watched in horror as ...
... its illegal to walk your cow down the street after 1pm on a Sunday, no flirting in public and heaps of funny rules like that. Then we had our lunch stop and I had a burger from whataburger, it was ok,bit I didn't think it compared to 5 guys. We're on our way to Dallas, we had a stop over on the side of the road where we met Jacks mum, she came and gave us cookies and cake she made from scratch, it was so sweet, made me really home ...
... credit cards are cool)....OH!!!! another cool thing is that we are not staying al Walmart's...so will keep you posted on our travels, must go take a long shower (not a 3 minute shower) This is not the Walmart (lol) btw it is really cool to read past blogs of places we have visited and some of the stupid stuff I posted......so on that note CYA down the ...
... was told gave me a very good understanding of Texans and their attitudes...especially in East Texas! Yesterday, we got up, had breakfast, and then I had the opportunity to drive the pick-up! Compared to my tiny Ford KA in the UK, it was a beast! We drove to a local chocolate factory to sample some of the local candy, and then went and drove around the community college to see what it was like in comparison to a UK university. After that we went and got Mexican ...