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Saturday 10/10/15 Back to my RV, relaxing today, and having an ALL RV'ers dessert social at one of our neighbors tonight....think I'm heading back to Kerrville, Tx tomorrow to check out an RV site there. A lot less expensive and closer to a possible job....we'll see.
Sunday, 10/11/15 Yeah! Some things are falling into place!!!!
Old Ingram Loop is where the original town of Ingram sprang up. In 1879, John C.W. Ingram, who moved to the ...
... the first time and decided right then and there to be a member was asked to come up front for the pastor to introduce, welcome and pray over.....i wanted to sooooo badly.....but knew my journey wasn't done.....I didn't know.....but if I decide this is where God wants me to be, I know what church I'm going to.
My neighbor Ann, a sweetheart of a precious woman, invited me to go to this church....I was ...
From here I plan on having this be my base, try to get a job at the hospital, and explore and branch out from here on weekends or during the week dependent on when my hours will be. I'm 3 hours to Fort Worth, 2 hours to San Antonio, 3 hours to the Gulf, 40 minutes to Austin, and 4 hours to the east where I want to see the National Forests around Lufkin and Nacadoches. It's amazing the diversity this state has to offer.
After searching online for 2 weeks and getting a little frustrated, I think I finally found an RV park that actually has some space between Rv's, is in the country, is around water activities, hiking and biking places, will take my dogs, and is located central to everywhere I want to adventure. 3 hours to Fort Worth, 3 hours to the Gulf, 2 hours to San Antonio, 3 hours east to the national forests. Whewwww!!! Very in depth search....Coldwater Creek ...
Leaving College Station we had beautiful sunny skies and 60 degree temps. The day was looking great! Only 45 minutes into our drive though, Ed suddenly said, "we're on fire". Nice and calm, just a declaration of emergency. As he pulled to the shoulder of the road we anxiously considered where the white and grey smoke billowing out behind us might be coming from. Had we left the stove on? Was there an electrical short? Nope! Just a blown ...