Park Inn International Livingston
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Eagles' sore overhead while the cattle in the next paddock spend their day grazing, and listening to me playing music. Well I think they are listening and seem to be enjoying it. Each afternoon, the owner of the cattle would come into the Park, honk his horn and the
Herd would follow his truck down the fence line where he would supplement their grazing with some type of ...
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.
We drove to Montgomery, Tx and had lunch at the Cosy Grape Bistro. Very good food! We then went on to Wayne's house and visited with Lauren, Kate and Kylee until Wayne, Jarene and Tyler came home from work and school. Brian had to work ...
We are once again in a campsite in Cagle Recreation Area in Sam Houston National Forest on Lake Conroe. We hadn't realized how long it had been since we had stayed here. We hope to come back later with the pontoon and catch some catfish. This is such a beautiful park to stay in the ...
... and the car inspections, which are due within 3 days of arriving back in Texas. Once we got that done, we decided to drive the motorhome with the tow dolly attached over to the local Chevy dealer, to see if the new Camaro would fit on the dolly - a "make or break" in the vehicle purchase decision! The salesmen seemed really nice, and obliged us quickly by letting us test drive the Camaro SS convertible - a lot more car than we were interested in, but it ...
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