Salty beaches, sand between your toes, shopping, amusement and water parks, museums and tall ships, savory seafood and evening grogs all on one small island off the Texas Gulf Coast! So, pack your bags, we’re going to Galveston Island, just outside of Houston where island life will make you forget big city trife.
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Are you driving your RV to Florida or the Atlantic or Pacific coast? Or, do you love camping on the beach with your RV? Then you should know what the ocean’s salt air and hot sun will do to your RV.
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The Lone Star State is known for several things; big belt buckles, cowboy hats, broncing bucks and big honkin’ steaks. And, the places notoriously visited are Houston, Dallas, Amarillo and San Antonio. But what if I told you about a cool region in Texas that’s eclectic yet country called Texas Hill Country!
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Fredericksburg, Texas is not only rich in history and German heritage but an abundance of culture as well. Located in the heart of Texas Wine Country just outside of San Antonio, this eclectic historic town has a great punch list of places to visit and things to do!
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Have you ever stayed at an RV park or campground that made you feel like a kid again? Well, Texas Wine Country Jellystone Camp Resort in Fredericksburg, Texas did just that. And even though I was attending an adult work summit there, it was a fun place to let my hair down. Its a great place to take the kids for a weekend, week or even a month. They have everything from great meetings rooms for the big kids to a big pool and bouncy carpet outside for the littles! So, let’s see why we liked it!
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If you have been following us, back in January of 2017, we converged with the Xscapers in Quartzsite, Arizona. That following Spring, we happened upon a cool little General Store and Post Office in a small town near San Antonio, Texas. Not realizing it, the two cities we’ve been to over a thousand miles apart were connected in history.
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If you’re going to be visiting Big Bend National Park, we encourage you to the little border crossing town across the Rio Grande River called Boquillas, Mexico on the Southwest side of the National Park. We’re sure you’ll enjoy this cool little day-trip across the notorious mighty river and create a memory you can tell your kids and grandkids… Continue reading “Visiting Boquillas, BC Mexico”
What’s up with all the CAMELS in Quartzsite, a tiny desert town in Arizona? It’s hard not to notice all the camels on signs, camel sculptures and even a street sign. Why would there be all these camel symbols in a sleepy little desert town with a population less than 2400 people?
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When we visited Texas, we noticed quite a few purple fence posts all over the state; on ranch and farm properties throughout Texas’ Hill Country. But then, we started noticing these purple fence markings in other states also. So the question arises, “what do those purple fence posts mean?”
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