Santa Fe and a return to New Mexico

June 18, 2019 to June 25, 2019


Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground
Santa Fe, NM

We had several errands to tend to in the nation’s oldest capital city, and we were excited to be back in New Mexico. We had originally hoped to route through Las Cruces but just didn’t have enough time to get from Point, TX to Santa Fe, NM to make that work. We’ve pretty much decided that 200-250 miles per day is our range.

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Wichita Falls – Arrowhead Lake State Park

June 16, 2019 to June 17, 2019


Lake Arrowhead State Park
Wichita Falls, TX

Arrowhead Lake State Park was simply beautiful. We thought it would be quiet, and it was one of the prettiest and best-kept state parks we’ve stayed at. We were only here for one night and wished we had more time.

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Lake Tawakoni, Point TX, and the family reunion

June 13, 2019 to June 16, 2019


Thousand Trails RV
Point, TX

We went to Point, TX to attend the Reed family reunion – ElizaBeth’s family. Particularly when you get into rural Texas, the patriotism is really on display. State pride is evident all over, too, with the Texas flag painted on barns and even gates.

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Wagon Master RV, Sanger TX, and a bunch of grandkids

May 30, 2019 to June 13, 2019


Wagon Master RV Park
Sanger, TX

ElizaBeth and I made our home in New Mexico in 2008 and Livingston, TX is our domicile, but I grew up in the Dallas Fort Worth area, went to college at TCU, and have lived and worked in Arlington, Fort Worth, Dallas, Watauga, Colleyville, Plano, Richardson, Denton, and Gainesville – and it’s where 5 out of our 8 grandkids are growing up.

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Hallettsville TX and a visit with Heather

May 23, 2019 to May 28, 2019


Knights of Columbus RV Park
Hallettsville, TX

Hallettsville is a little south of Schulenberg, although probably not that many more people will know where that town is located either. There is a very rich history in central and south Texas, and this part of the country is where the Germans, Czechs, and Austrians settled. The area is also home to ElizaBeth’s youngest daughter and her husband Jose. We stayed over Memorial Day at the Knights of Columbus RV Park, and as so many places have been already, the park was an accidental great find.

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