Hampton Inn Houston-The Woodlands
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RV Resort in Pharr was on the complete other end of the scale to the RV Park we
have been staying in at Pumpkin.
Hillcrest RV Park is situated in the Sam Houston State Forest. It is in a rural setting surrounded by farms.
classed as my "Home Park" this gives us the privilege of having to pay only
$8.00 per night. It only has about ...
... so it was a little cool in the room. The tables were very large, high with kind of flimsy stools as evidenced by one tipping over with one of our members. Luckily he wasn't injured, he just scared everyone. Remember most of our members are 70 plus in age and he is pushing 80! So after lunch, we returned to "G/G" where Bob racked out on the couch in front of the TV and I retired to the bedroom to read and looked through the membership book to find someone ...
It had been raining a lot so when we got to Sam Houston National Forest we were hoping for a good place to stay. I had seen that there was free camping but it turned out only to be for people in tents along the trails. The campsites were a little over our budget so we pulled into a trail parking lot and hoped no one ...
... no more room for the kids. Most of the time at dinner, Jay played on his iPad, and I melted crayons in the candle and then drew with them. Sydney, Hannah and I all decided to play a trick on Jay...hee, hee, hee. It’s too long to explain what it was.
Jay’s mom used to be the 3rd best female golfer in the world. She was coaching a junior golf camp that week and invited me to join in, so I did. It was three hours a day for four days. At the ...
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