June 3, 2023 This morning (Saturday), we walked over to the Grateful Bread Bakery in Golden, CO. The heavy rains had washed large rocks onto the bridge to the center the bakery is in. I was glad I was wearing my hiking boots, as they supported my ankles as I tripped over a rock about […]
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May 27, 2023 After our hike in the morning, Nox was tired and just wanted to rest with all her toys. I wanted to go see the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, which is next to the Great Salt Plains Lake State Park. Bruce and I left Nox behind in the air conditioned RV since […]
Read More Checking Out the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma
May 24, 2023 After we arrived (May 16) at the Great Salt Plains Lake State Park and set up our RV, we walked Nox around. We wanted to see how close we could get to the river, the Salt Fork Arkansas River. From the bank, we could see the spillway and a parking lot at […]
Read More To the Top of the Spillway of the Great Salt Plains Lake in Oklahoma
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December 25, 2022 Merry Christmas from Bruce, Julia, and Nox!
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December 22, 2022 In front of the office, they wrapped this pole for Christmas. There is a private cabin in the park, with Christmas lights. The campground also has an event center with a chapel and barn. I have enjoyed seeing the Christmas lights during night walks.
Read More Christmas Decorations at Lake Pines RV Park
November 6, 2022 I don’t normally mind ants, as long as they aren’t the evil fire ants, but I don’t like them in my RV. We’ve had three ant invasions since we started RVing. The first invasion was while we were at Poverty Point State Park in Louisiana. The ants climbed up the water hose […]
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October 24, 2022 Our college friend in Woodstock, Georgia built a teardrop trailer for him and his wife to go camping in. They used it mainly to go to car races. One of my blog friends asked me what a teardrop camper was, so I thought I’d write a short post about them. A teardrop […]
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August 1, 2022 Bruce did most of the packing up this morning so I could stay off my ankle. I have decided once we find a place to stay for a while that I need to go and see a doctor. The Mississippi River had risen from all the rain yesterday. We left Tom Sawyer’s […]
Read More On to Sikeston, Missouri Along I-55