As badly as we wanted to get to Goodrich and Magnolia RV Park, our rule is no more than 200 miles per day – and we prefer 150 maximum. That meant a stop in Schulenburg, just down the road from Heather and Hallettsville. Heather brought us lunch!
Location: Johnson Creek Resort and RV Park Ingram, TX
In this our first year of the retirement adventure, I taught Toolkits at UTEP and the University of Houston and spoke at the Midwest Higher Education Compact in St. Louis. I was able to teach at South Dakota State in Brookings, South Dakota; at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas; and present on Master Planning at APPA Annual Conference in Denver with Heather. I went to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a consulting job, and to Dayton, Ohio for another one. When Elizabeth wanted to go to an RV Quilting retreat, it was my turn to follow her.
This is our 3rd time at Wagon Master RV Park and Alpaca Farm. This park is always so nice and clean and the owners take good care of the park – both animals and RV owners! And, it’s close to grandkids and many old friends.
We wanted to see something different along this route, and so stopped in Vernon TX. This stop turned out to be a lot of fun, as we found not one but two really good museums. I did a separate page for them so we can share all the pictures.
We find ourselves at Oasis RV for the third time, it’s sure nice that we can pull in, leave the jeep connected to the coach, eat their food, do laundry. and hop in the hot tub – and we did all of them!
Location: Enchanted Acres and Trading Post Albuquerque, NM
I promised ElizaBeth that Albuquerque would be cooler than Las Cruces, and if I was correct in the least, it was only a few slight degrees less. The weather was hot. We planned on combining business and pleasure, as I needed to visit some schools as part of the report I’m writing for the NM Higher Education Department.