Hampton Inn Livingston
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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.
... they actually waived our normal deductible and we had zero out of pocket. The damage was minor in my opinion, but the repair bill still went over $1,800. We got caught up on all our our mail, including our absentee ballots from Washington State so it was a productive stay. We also went to Lake Livingston and took our inflatable kayak out on the lake for a most enjoyable day. From here we are heading towards southern Georgia for the winter. ...
GOOD MORNING and hugs to everyone. We are in Cleveland, Tennessee. We arrived at our hotel last night around 8:45. What a great trip so far. After a fun early morning with Leonard and Cindy trying to get my luggage into the car we made it to Albertson where we met the tour bus. After all the greetings, pictures taking and the luggage getting stowed away on the bus we left ...
Oh my goodness, is it that time already?! I can't believe I’m writing my first blog post for the 2014 season of the Kelly Miller Circus. We’re parked for the night with everyone else on the show in Cleveland, Texas at Stancil Park. Our call time tomorrow for the uber-long drive to Brownsville was supposed to be at 6am, but has been changed to 5am because of an incoming rodeo. Welcome back to the road!
For those of you who may not know John or me: we were the ...
... collide here: southeastern swamps, eastern forests, central plains and southwestern deserts. Bogs abut dry sandhills. Eastern bluebirds nest near roaddrunners, for example. What is so extraordinary is not its rarity or abundance of species, but how many species coexist here. The United Nations named it an International Biosphere Reserve in 1981, to provide a standard for measuring human impact on the environment.