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Hi, My name is Jean and am from East Texas. I own a 34 ft. Bristol Bay by SunnyBrook. My family has been RVing for years. I now enjoy going with my daughter and her family. We especially enjoy Lake O'The Pines and Caddo Lake. I'm looking forward to meeting other members of the group.
This is Roger in Prosper, TX, north of Dallas. We have a 29' Class C and have been taking RV trips since the early 90's but moved to Texas in 2007. A nice loop trip that we took in the fall of '07 was east to Jacksonville, TX to visit friends and then south to Galveston, staying on the beach at Dellanera RV Park. I wonder if it survived the hurricane.
We then went soutwest to Corpus Christi, staying at Lagoons RV Resort in Rockport- a first class spot. We then headed north, staying at Pecan Park Campground in San Marcos. This was in November, and we picked up lots of edible pecans for our enjoyment. The 1100 mile trip ended with our return to Prosper after just three nights on the road.
In March we headed west, stopping at the KOA in Lubbock, a nice clean campround, and the second day headed for Guadalupe Mountain National Park. I did some climbing, but when we found that we couldn't run our generator after 8 PM, and the night time temps would be around freezing, we pushed on to Las Cruces, NM. After visits in Arizona (including Saguaro NP) and southern California, we returned through northern Arizona, with a visit to Grand Canyon NP, and camped in Flagstaff, KOA. Our next stop was Albuquerque, with plans to continue east on I-40, but it was closed by the blizzard conditions. We changed our plans and headed south on I-25 and then east on US 380, a 2 lane road but 60 MPH speeds, with beautiful views of mountain ranges, finally ending our last night on the road back at the Lubbock KOA.
In early June we are headed north to New England, and plan to visit Tahlequah, OK, the capitol of Cherokee Nation wtih two of our granddaughters, and then on through Missouri to visit the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, completing the historical part of the trip with stops at Gettysburg and Philadelphia. If anyone reading this has experience with RV Parks near Tahlequah and St Louis, I would welcome your input. Our last time through that area we camped on a lake in Rogers, Arkansas, but I would not recommend that campground.
Have fun camping! You'll meet lots of friendly fellow RV'ers.