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... elevated highways over miles & miles of bayou swamp. Even when we're not on he elevated highway the swamps continue by the sides of the road through Louisiana. Water, water everywhere!
Country Oaks RV Resort sounds nice doesn't it? This is what it actually looks like but it was too late to look for anywhere else. The white buildings where ...
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.
... office sent maintenance right over, and they repaired it, so we didn't have to move sites. We've been enjoying watching the resident herd of deer who live here - looks like 2 each bucks, does, and fawns. They're very tame, I think someone must be feeding them, as they come over to the fifth wheel a couple sites down from us almost ...
... but fine.
The grilled burgers and portabello mushrooms were delicious. Beef burgers had blue cheese and spices and turkey burgers had cranberry and gorgonzola. Soooo good.
Mollie barked throughout the night. We found out in the morning that deer were walking around our tent during the night.
... that are apparently haunted according to our new friend at the local bar. Jess has a really cool antique store in town that is a converted old gas station. She has a studio at the back where she restores antique artwork. Darren also has a very cool job as an airbrush artist and his work is amazing! Including some pretty famous clients (sorry guys I did say you would feature predominantly in this entry). Unfortunately it would seem ...
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1575 West Travis Street, La Grange | Motelfrom $58