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Jan 9 -12, 2015
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A short out blog to map & describe our route!
After leaving New Orleans we pass over the Mississippi River into Gramercy.
As we left New Orleans we drove ...
Greg kept plenty busy in Livingston, with every morning and afternoon filled with lessons for folks wanting to be more comfortable driving their RV. We also enjoyed the 2 1/2 days of "Boot Camp" put on by Escapees - even after 10 years of full-timing, there were still new things to be learned.
We left TT Lake Conroe on Friday, despite not having all the proper lights hooked up on the car for towing - it all went well, our first time "moving house" in the new rig, and the first time flat-towing the Camaro. With the turn signals not yet working on the car, we were happy that it wasn't a long drive - only a couple of hours. The ...
... the flowers have small and lesser blooms, and as our campsite overlooks the mighty Colorado River, it now resembles a small "feeder river" with sand bars of brush along the riverbanks. We need a good rain.
Historically, the city of Columbus, Texas is the origin of the “Cotton Road"--the beginning of rail transport of cotton to Mexico, to be shipped on to England. In the 1850's Columbus had an opera house, a large trade market, the ...
On the way we got a call from Bruce and Rachel. They asked if we were on our way to Stephen F Austin State Park and we said "Yes". They told us they were there waiting for us. What a great surprise! We did a lot of walking and riding our bikes around the park. Rachel and I got to play MJ and we all just hung out!
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4321 Interstate 10, Columbus | 2 star motelfrom $115