(all pictures taken with Nokia Lumia 929 cell phone)
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Well, I survived my first day on the road after being parked in one place for a while. I took my time during the hitch up process. I guess I remembered everything because I didn't drop the trailer on the truck and everything made it to this park in one piece.
|My campsite at Highway 509 RV Park. I'll be returning there before Thanksgiving.|
|Typical landscape as I was leaving|
Louisiana on I-20 heading west. The
sky was overcast.
|This is one hour after the picture|
above. The clouds cleared quickly.
The two vapor trails were made
about 10 mins apart. They looked
When I was steadily traveling and moving every 3 to 4 days, Freedom, Liberty and I seemed to be one thing, one entity. It may sounds strange, but I could sense things as we traveled down the road and I knew everything was either OK or something was just not right. I didn't have that feeling most of yesterday. It felt as if we were strangers. I haven't had many first dates, but the few I have had felt much like it did yesterday. Things changed about 30 minutes before getting to the park and it was as if a switch had been turned on. It was definitely on while I was parking.
|It's a pretty drive to the campsites.|
After getting set up I drove around the park and walked a little bit of the trails. The weather was great with the temperature in the upper 70's to low 80's.
The park has a small (90 acres) lake which seems to be a large attraction for the locals and campers.
|The view from the CCC built "camp store"|
|The view from the CCC built bath house. As if looking through a picture window.|
|"Just one more time"......|
My stay here is only for two days and I pull out tomorrow morning. The tow will be about 230 miles as I head to Lake Arrowhead State Park near Wichita Falls.
|I hope the switch stays on.|
Ya'll take care of each other. I'll Cya down the road.