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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.
... homes and buildings here, well preserved and nicely described and presented. We also enjoyed an evening at the dinner theater in downtown, which is located in the Historic (1886) Stafford Opera House. There was a fabulous barbecue dinner, and the play was Neil Simon's "The Sunshine Boys" - so a very enjoyable evening, for only $35/ticket!.
Got to the KOA in Bastrop Texas just before dark. It was pretty buggy but the citronella candles helped. We had our own tent spot in a large opened area on the Colorado River.
We had a problem with the spiky burrs weaved into the grass. The dogs couldn't walk on ...
The drive through Texas was amazing scenery with oil pumps, farmland and dairies everywhere through the great plains, reminded us of outback Australia. We got to see a few dust devils whipping through farms and a major storm brewing to the north of Tx. We stopped for the night in Lubbock and when we got back from dinner the weather warnings started for a Hail, Thunderstorms and a possible Tornado. Dylan started having ...
... who lived there, along with T-shirts being on sale to raise money for the Library. Oh, and yes, we found the second largest live oak tree in Texas that’s significant, see the pictures.
We have been to this place before and enjoy the campground and its surroundings. There are many huge pecan trees overhead; and throughout the campground, deer and songbirds are frequent visitors who come over to ‘chat’ with Caryn. The ...
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1575 West Travis Street, La Grange | Motelfrom $58