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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 ...
... credit cards are cool)....OH!!!! another cool thing is that we are not staying al Walmart's...so will keep you posted on our travels, must go take a long shower (not a 3 minute shower) This is not the Walmart (lol) btw it is really cool to read past blogs of places we have visited and some of the stupid stuff I posted......so on that note CYA down the ...
We just had a wonderful small town adventure for my 51st. Jamie had been planning it for awhile, but it took a slightly curve ball due to an accident he had the previous day.
We were going to go for a 52 mile bicycle trail ride from Roxton to Farmersville, but on the previous day, Jamie crashed his bike at White Rock Lake and banged ...
... went for a nice long swim. Well, I really just kind of floated around and enjoyed not being in the hot sun for a while, I didn't have the energy to actually swim. I had the entire area to myself and took full advantage.
After laying out in the sun and letting my trunks dry (and catching a couple quick Zs) , I changed back into biking clothes and started heading back to my car. Even though it had cooled down a little, it ...
A perfect Saturday! After cleaning the house, we rewarded ourselves with a soul-refreshing trip down the Chaparral Trail on Roy & Karen's bikes (most of it is too rough for our street bikes). Compared to Easter, all the trees were green and the wildflowers (bluebonnets, irises, etc.) were in full bloom.
The trail itself went from paved concrete, to fine gravel, to coarse rocks, to smooth dirt, to rutted dry ...