Quality Inn Texarkana
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... Arkansas and Texas but the RV park is
on the Texas side. It's a nice enough RV Park (Texarkana RV Park) but
we're back to the parking lot style RV Park. Just a big gravel and
concrete lot with barely any trees. It does have a nice enough pool,
the showers and bathrooms are a 3 or 4 minute walk away along with a
games room and laundry. Someone in Alabama said we wouldn't see many
trees once we got west of the Mississippi, I guess he was right.
... there by lunchtime so all afternoon fossicking. Well where time went, who the hell knows but by the time we arrived there it was 3.30 and just the day they decide to close at 5.00 instead of 10 pm! So like chooks in the paddock, we scratch around for an hour in the dirt and then head back to Hope for accommodation - an hour away! We'll come back in the morning and Jude can scratch in the dirt, I will try ...
... of the day. We will probably be staying here an additional night at the same KOA. Fortunately it is cooler and overcast today. Actually had a pretty good rain shower this morning while we were still in bed. Makes it easier sitting outside waiting for all this work to be done. 4:00-back at the campground in Texarkana. The truck is done, all appears well and we will be on our way to Abilene ...
... to the table on the site next to me. There was no one there, so who knows how long it had been there. At 8 o'clock we left, and I tried to roused someone at the office, but no one there. This was at the KOA near Buffalo Tennessee. My expectations are not high on some of the KOA's that are next to highways, and generally one night stays. But, this was a little over-the-top. So I wrote a review on yelp which was not too favorable. Yelp is becoming my best ...
... our generator. As it turns out, we should have been checking the generator oil daily while in use, so when I was finally able to check it, we needed to add some. After buying the oil, we headed for LOWES to get some radiant barrier insulation. The compartments above the drivers areas are very warm when the sun shines on them and I'm hoping that by lining them with the insulation, they will stay cooler, especially the one with all the electronic equipment for ...