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So, we were ready to go. We had stocked up on all our supplies, our paperwork was ready, our maps were out and we were psyched. Mexico, here we come, or so we thought. We drove over to McAllen, Texas to cross at Anzalduas International Bridge in to Reynosa, Mexico. Because we were told that it was brand new, and that traffic was light and we shouldn't have any problems. And we didn't except for ...
... to go through, so we wouldn't have had to gotten up so early. So we stayed here for a few days. Too bad we didin't get to visit when the park was full, we would have had a bigger crowd for Lulu's performance. But, we didin't mind, and neither did they. We still had a great time.But, like all the other parks we have visited, we met some great people and made some new friends. We made our heartbreaking good-byes and began our journey in to foreign ...
... while I was there, the upstairs toilet bit the dust, and I ended up having to replace the entire bowl. We are packing up and getting ready to leave Angler's Nest where we have made a home for the last four months. This small, 60-unit adult only RV park, is almost like a small neighborhood that is made up of all family members. And, although the park is a little tight, the residents and owners are the best people anyone would want to have ...
... Another thing that I learned was the number of RV parks in this area along with the number of “winter Texans” that spend time here. Of course, they all need to be entertained, and I quickly learned that there were many, many “entertainers” in this area, and that they have all gorged up all of the venues for the entire season, leaving us very little to pick from. Lulu only performed a couple of gigs, and they were right here, in this little, 60-site, ...
... a major international trade
area by developing first-rate commercial, retail, office, industrial,
medical, retirement and educational facilities. As recently as 1990,
McAllen's unemployment rate was at 22.6 percent. By the end of 2005,
that figure dropped to 7.7 percent. However, In 2011, census.gov listed
the McAllen metro area the poorest in the nation.
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