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... sites and the Managers Tim and Mary are lovely people who make you feel so
welcome. There is no organised card games
or other things that kept Margaret so busy down at Pharr. To help her not have withdrawals I have been
playing Rumikub with her during the day.
Of course the most tragic thing is that there is no Sunday afternoon Ice
Cream Social. It is a very peaceful and
Here we are at our home base, Escapees Headquarters at Rainbow's End RV Park. Starting Friday (through Sunday) will be the Escapees Boot Camp, a number of seminars and sessions to help those who are considering the RV Lifestyle.
Before and after those sessions, Greg is now a certified instructor for the RV Driving School.
... transported to the Escapees RV Club National Headquarters in Livingston, Texas.
Once again, things did not go according to plan, yet it worked out even better than I could have planned or imagined!
As luck would have it, I met a couple who were soon headed to Alaska with an RV Caravan from the Escapees RV Club. They invited me to "property sit" ...
We moved here from Breaux Bridge on Tuesday, anxious to get to our home base, where we could pick up our mail, go into the DMV office to take care of getting our motorhome title, now that we own it outright, and, hopefully, find a car that we like enough to replace our pretty "redbird" - the Firebird Trans Am.
Our first order of business, before even heading to the RV Park, was to go to a certified State inspection Office, where we got both ...
I just spent five days with my grandparents in Livingston Texas, North of Houston. My Aunt Sherri was also able to come up from South and West of Houston for a couple days. It was great talking with my grandparents and hearing some of the old family stories. My grandparents told the story of their different experiences during World War two. They talked about the train ride from the East Coast ...