Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Our First Cross Country Adventure

Leaving Thousand Trails Lake Conroe today, Tuesday Nov 18 2014, rolling out on our very first cross country journey. We have been looking forward to this trip for way too long. On a sad and at the same time exciting feeling we leave behind our friends. The time we spent with the H.E.B. crew (the Hurlburt’s, the Evans’ and the Binns) was GREAT but now everyone is going in different directions on their own adventure. We have made plans to meet up in Palm Springs in mid February where the HEB crew will once again circle the wagons and spend some time playing more cards and Mexican Train. SAFE TRAVELS to you ALL…
Day 1…
River Bend RV Park and Campground
1881 So State Hwy 80
Luling TX 78648
830-875-9548 www.riverbendrvpark.com
Kate in the office is very helpful and pleasant.
Drove140 miles the first day…  We will only be staying 1 night so we won’t even un hook our toad. The spot we are in is a great pull through with full hook ups for only $15.00 it is a Passport American Park. I highly recommend it if you’re your just passing through, it’s easy to get to and only an 1/8 of a mile off I 10 west. If you don't have Passport America you are missing out on a GREAT value. There are so many parks across the US that offer it and you save 1/2 off the regular price. It's WELL worth the $39 a year, sometimes they even run a special of $29 a year.
DSCN0238Site 1 at River Bend RV Park 11 18 2014 one nite DSCN0237            DSCN0239           
Day 2…
Caverns of Sonora RV Campground
1711 PR 4468
Sonora TX 76950
325-387-3105 or 325-387-6507
This is a neat place but you will think you made a wrong turn, even though you turn at the right sign, don’t be deceived just keep driving you will eventually see the campground. You turn at the sign and go straight up and around the mountain then straight back down and around to the campground. They have a really neat little store here and tons of critters from peacocks to deer. $20.00 a night Water and Electric only NO sewer and NO dump…
Until tomorrow when the adventure continues, Happy Trails and Safe Travels to all…