Poco Loco Lodge
Travel Blogs from Port O Connor
Waking up in London was both happy and sad. Happy, because we are going home to see our girls and jump back into our life! Sad, because it was so wonderful to have two weeks together, free from duties or stress. For us to have this adventure was truly a gift that we will not take for granted. It has reminded us that we are adventurers at heart. The beauty of the greek islands will stay with us as we return to Austin.
... called on me, I was filled with excitement in anticipation of finally stumping him.”
“Mr. Lynch, how do you spell Nikita Khrushchev?”
“Now, Miss Kroupa, this is not a spelling contest.”
“But Mr. Lynch, you said that we may ask you any question if it is contained in the ‘Weekly Reader.’ And Nikita Khrushchev is in our current paper.”
THE LIGHTHOUSE AT SANDCASTLE CITY PARK AND RV CAMPGROUND
The city of Lavaca has a city RV park called THE LIGHTHOUSE right on the beach with full hook ups, laundry and showers. Our campsite looked right on the water and boardwalk.
THE QUAINT LITTLE FISHING CAMP
We did a lot of driving around ...
... 1000. We now
have a new awning and sunshade and new awning covers over our slides.
January 3 we hit the road again, again not a nice day, and
again on Hwy 90 we head west towards Galveston. We circle south through Morgan
City and hit Hwy 10 at Lafayette. We
head west on 10, and I have not mentioned, we are carrying a full load. We have
a tank of fresh water, and our holding tanks are around 60% capacity as the
dump station at Bayou Segnette was ...
There are several wildlife refuges along the Texas coastline. We drove to Goose Island because it was located on the shores of the Gulf and rumor had it that there were Whooping Cranes in the area. They are the largest North American bird and stand an impressive 5 feet high. They have been on the endangered list for sometime. We asked the park ranger and he said to drive down a couple of different ...