La Quinta Inn & Suites Livingston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Ellis Gauthier how the Choctaw Indians in the area were treated and how they hid out to keep from being sent to Oklahoma. Years later after coming out of hiding they set up their own reservation but way into and past 1960 they were. Soon the white people started helping them to get learn a trade and get work. Things got better for them and now things are really looking ...
Yep, John drove the RV. I was a control freak about driving it last season but this year, we have a real shortage of drivers (and crew and performers thanks to visa problems) so I was asked to drive the show owner’s RV. That changed this morning when one of the drivers became very ill and had to drop out, so then I was asked to drive a truck and trailer instead.
The drive to Cleveland was a long one and since we haven’t done much driving at all since ...
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 ...
... t ridden before and we enjoyed the change in terrain from rocky, hilly central Texas. We relaxed afterward, watched a movie, and got a great night sleep with the windows open. I love pine trees... it reminds me of camping at Bastrop State Park when I was little, before the fires destroyed all the 100 foot tall pines. Double Lake has those same pine trees, and that just "feels" like camping to me. Saturday we slept in without an ...
... 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 ...