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Social Media for RVers Social Media for RVers
Posted: March 14, 2014 Filed under: Why RV?
One of the things we enjoy most about RVing is the opportunity to meet and become friends with interesting people that we probably would never know if we did not RV. Spend time in any campsite or RV park and you will surely experience this for yourself. Campers and RVers are a great group of people. We're always exchanging business cards and writing down email addresses. But today's social media makes it so much easier to keep in touch with the friends you make on the road... [Read the full post]


2013 Year in Review Our Year in Review: 2013
Posted: January 20, 2014 Filed under: Why RV?
Wow! We can't believe how fast 2013 flew by! As we look forward to the New Year, we can't help but remember all of the fun we've had this year. Here are a few of the highlights... [Read the full post]


Texas RV Shows 2014 2014 RV Shows in Texas
Posted: December 30, 2013 Filed under: RV Buying Tips, Events
RV Shows are a fun and informative way to learn about the world of recreational vehicles (RVs). From pop-up campers to travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorhomes, attending an RV show might be the easiest way to compare several styles and manufacturers to get a better idea about what might be right for you... [Read the full post]


Nails Creek State Park Nails Creek State Park - Lake Somerville
Posted: December 5, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
On the Southwest shore of Lake Somerville, lies Nails Creek State Park. More specifically, this is the Nails Creek Unit of Lake Somerville State Park. (The Birch Creek Unit is across the lake.) Before we tell you about our stay, we have a CRITICAL piece of advice: Do NOT use the Latitude/Longitude coordinates provided by Texas Parks and Wildlife to get to this park. ... [Read the full post]


Lake Livingston State Park Lake Livingston State Park
Posted: November 20, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
If you enjoy boating, fishing, birdwatching, hiking, geocaching or biking, add Lake Livingston State Park to your list of places to visit in the Pineywoods of East Texas. A part of the Texas State Park system since 1977, this park is made up of 635 acres along Lake Livingston, which is an 84,000+ acre man-made reservoir... [Read the full post]


Huntsville State Park Huntsville State Park
Posted: November 14, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
Just North of Houston off of Interstate 45, near the town of Huntsville, Texas, sits a wooded 2,083 acre get-away... Huntsville State Park. This park was constructed in part by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Company 1828, a unit comprised completely of African American military veterans... [Read the full post]


Caprock Canyons State Park Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway
Posted: October 22, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
The stars at night are big and bright <clap, clap, clap, clap> deep in the heart of Texas! Up in the Texas Panhandle approximately halfway between Amarillo and Lubbock, you'll find a beautiful group of canyons known as Caprock Canyons State Park. Miles away from big city lights and highway noise, this is the perfect location for star-gazing... [Read the full post]


San Felipe de Austin San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site
Posted: September 10, 2013 Filed under: Texas Historical Sites
No trip into Texas history is complete without a visit to San Felipe de Austin. When the Father of Texas, Stephen F Austin, brought the initial "Old 300" families to Texas to colonize under a contract with the Mexican government during the 1820s, he selected San Felipe de Austin as the capital of his colony... [Read the full post]


San Antonio Missions NHP San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
Posted: August 10, 2013 Filed under: Texas Historical Sites
Texas is rich in history. And as we tour around the state, we're learning that a big part of Texas History can be found in the Spanish Missions. Our previous visits to the Alamo, Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad, and Mission Tejas in Weches were very interesting. So while we were in San Antonio, we took the time to visit San Antonio Missions National Historical Park... [Read the full post]


Wolff Stadium Wolff Stadium: Home of the San Antonio Missions
Posted: July 31, 2013 Filed under: Fun Things to Do in Texas

As Native Houstonians, we've been to San Antonio many times over the years. San Antonio has so many options for travelers to see and do... the list can seem endless. But this summer, we began our quest to visit all of the minor league baseball parks in Texas, so we had to make time for a game at "The Wolff". And we are glad that we did!... [Read the full post]



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Most Popular Posts


Texas RV Shows 2014 2014 RV Shows in Texas
Posted: December 30, 2013 Filed under: RV Buying Tips, Events
RV Shows are a fun and informative way to learn about the world of recreational vehicles (RVs). From pop-up campers to travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorhomes, attending an RV show might be the easiest way to compare several styles and manufacturers to get a better idea about what might be right for you... [Read the full post]


Mission Tejas State Park Mission Tejas State Park
Posted: June 13, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks, Texas Historical Sites
If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful retreat in nature with some interesting history mixed in, Mission Tejas State Park is for you! One of the least visited of the Texas State Parks, this small park is miles away from the hustle and bustle of the larger parks. There are no crowds and no cell phone signals... [Read the full post]


Texas State Railroad Texas State Railroad
Posted: June 12, 2013 Filed under: Texas Historical Sites, Fun Things to Do in Texas
The early 1900s steam engine blows its whistle twice, the train bell clangs, and you pass by the water tower as you depart the station. As you hear the hear the clickety-clack of the wheels on the tracks and feel the motion of the railcar, you are experiencing a little piece of life as it was a century ago. This is no movie... [Read the full post]


La Hacienda RV Resort La Hacienda RV Resort & Cottages
Posted: July 12, 2013 Filed under: Texas Campgrounds

Tucked up in the Hudson Bend area of the Lake Travis Peninsula just Northwest of Austin, TX is a wonderful RV Resort: La Hacienda. We spent 5 nights at this resort and enjoyed every minute of it... [Read the full post]



Caprock Canyons State Park Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway
Posted: October 22, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
The stars at night are big and bright <clap, clap, clap, clap> deep in the heart of Texas! Up in the Texas Panhandle approximately halfway between Amarillo and Lubbock, you'll find a beautiful group of canyons known as Caprock Canyons State Park. Miles away from big city lights and highway noise, this is the perfect location for star-gazing... [Read the full post]


Inner Space Cavern Inner Space Cavern
Posted: July 16, 2013 Filed under: Texas Natural Attractions

Back in the Spring of 1963, Texas was planning a new highway - IH-35. While taking core samples in Georgetown, TX... the Texas Highway Department core drilling team lost 7 of their 12 drill bits into the earth. The crew drilled a 24-inch hole and lowered one member of their team, Jack Bingham, into the hole to see what was going on... Inner Space Cavern was discovered!... [Read the full post]



Jamaica Beach Alpacas Jamaica Beach RV Park
Posted: April 22, 2013 Filed under: Texas Campgrounds
If you're headed down toward Galveston, be sure to check out Jamaica Beach RV Park. This family-owned and operated RV resort has only been around for a few years, but they have built a very nice facility... [Read the full post]


San Antonio Missions NHP San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
Posted: August 10, 2013 Filed under: Texas Historical Sites
Texas is rich in history. And as we tour around the state, we're learning that a big part of Texas History can be found in the Spanish Missions. Our previous visits to the Alamo, Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad, and Mission Tejas in Weches were very interesting. So while we were in San Antonio, we took the time to visit San Antonio Missions National Historical Park... [Read the full post]


Huntsville State Park Huntsville State Park
Posted: November 14, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
Just North of Houston off of Interstate 45, near the town of Huntsville, Texas, sits a wooded 2,083 acre get-away... Huntsville State Park. This park was constructed in part by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Company 1828, a unit comprised completely of African American military veterans... [Read the full post]


Garner State Park Garner State Park
Posted: May 29, 2013 Filed under: Texas State Parks
Our friends, Judy and Scott, recently camped at Garner State Park for the first time. They were kind enough to share their experiences with us... I think Garner State Park has to be one of the crown jewels in the Texas Park System... [Read the full post]


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