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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... done to the camper. I forgot to say that we lost one of the plastic ends to the place where we keep the sewer hose the first day of the trip, one of the latches broke that holds open one of the doors to one of the compartments, and when we got home the refrigerator's check light was on!!! Well, God made sure that we got home safely and in the end...that is ALL that really matters.
Love to All!!
Laura and Tom
- Just Drove for 89.9 miles
- It cost $16.75.
- Arrived in Cooper at 3pm
- Went to Cooper Lake State Park
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in
- Went on a hike and did a nature study
- Staying at the Double Tree Hotel for 2 nights, each night costs 85 dollars
- my total was $170.
- While I am here I will be going to the Delta County Fair
- Went to Target and bought tea, lunch meat and bars, cost me $12.20
We arrived here at our Thousand Trails Lake Tawakoni RV Resort (outside of Dallas) on Monday, after a 4+ hour drive from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Got all set up, and decided we'll head out to Denton and Alvarado tomorrow to look at the motorhomes they have in inventory. Fingers were crossed!
On Tuesday, we went to 2 dealers, and saw one coach (a Damon Tuscany) that we liked quite a bit, but it just didn't really satisfy all ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... is an acre of 'old faded grey’ farm buildings, still preserved in their original log construction, even the nearby well is operational. The site has tightly mown grass, very well kept for those who stroll around to relive the old wild-west.
This is an old historical RR town; with an old caboose to climb on and to look in the windows, there are shops still catering to midday tourists, and a small restaurant to serve lunch…. even at 2:30 in the ...