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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... the lookout for Natty Flats. We found it after driving about five miles on 281. Natty Flats is a collection of old looking buildings and one very large cedar rocking chair (see picture). Two of the buildings are restaurants, one is a rustic furniture store and one is a mill where they cut the wood for the furniture. We were not the only ones there, there were four RVs and occupants from OR. The rocking chair ...
... both tires
the following day luis was on a roll & drove almost 600mi to a really great CoE Park just ...
... we made plans to leave Lake Conroe a couple days early, and to meet up with Maureen and Ron here in Georgetown, Texas.
This is a Corps of Engineers Park, the first one we've stayed in, and it's really quite nice.
Maureen and Rob met us at the gate on their bikes, despite the cold and rain, and we were soon like old friends, sharing laughs, stories and "tea" (i.e., supper) with them! ...
... Utah before heading home. It's sure to be a beautiful adventure and, from what we can tell, the weather is going to be perfect. We're taking a bit of a risk touring Yellowstone this time of year since Yellowstone essentially shuts down in late October and doesn't open again until May.
Since we're going to be hiking the trails, we've had to pack a good bit of gear for the trip. We've ...
... there's a monkey, get away, get away." He scurried for the light and we all laughed when it was just Major!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking