La Quinta Inn & Suites Livingston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... them as they now have the casino where many of them are working. I was very interesting true story as his wife was from this part of the country. I am very thankful for being on the ft bus as the second bus had a little trouble but everything is fine with them now. I will say so long for now and head down for breakfast. Until next time I send love and plenty of hugs.
... it really dragged. John convoyed with me and initially we drove behind the Marathon, but they got a flat tire, so the rest of the drive was just the two of us and our route slip. We usually have a 24 hour guy, Alex, drive ahead of the show and he staples arrows to guide us on and off the lots, but he’s one of the many who are being held up by the visa problems, so we all had to pay close attention to the route slips in order to make it to our first stop okay.
We spent one month in the Livingston, TX area. Primarily just taking it easy and doing not much of anything. We touched base with our mail forwarding service (Escapees National Headquarters) and got everything all caught up on. We got some RV maintenance taken care of and from here we will head to Bryan, TX for another month. More to ...
... we will try to get a spot further back in the loop where the sites were more level. Thankfully I'd been practicing backing the camper up with our new tow vehicle (2012 Ford F150 V6). Previously, I would just get "close enough" and then unhitch and push the camper where I wanted it. That would not have worked on this steep site, there was no way we could have pushed it up the hill. But I did great backing it in. The truck has an "ap" ...
... En route we were able to visit a most interesting place: the Big Thicket National Preserve, which happens to be the nation's first preserve. What makes this area so unique is its complex biological diversity. Four distinct ecosystems converge in this location--a rare phenomenon in our world. With the movement of continental glaciers during the Ice Age, many species of plants and animals were pushed southward. Major ...