Jun 1, 2011
|Lauren greeted us with a huge smile when we met Jennifer at the hospital this morning.
We returned to the RV with this little bundle of joy and began the day of being grandparents.
Later in the morning I began making reservations for our trip to the RGV this fall.
The first campground I called, Tom Sawyer RV Park at West Memphis, Arkansas, was closed due to recent flooding. We will call them later to get the needed reservation.
Next on the list was an RV Park in Byram, MS and we were given the Site numbers for ourselves and our friends who will travel with us.
Next on the list was Bayou Segnette State Park, near New Orleans. I tried for more than an hour to make the two reservations on line but ran into all sorts of issues with the website kicking the reservation back for one reason or another. One item which caused a problem was that they required me to enter an expiration date for my Golden Age Passport, which is for life and has no expiration date printed on it. Only God knows for sure what that expiration date is. LOL
I finally called those reservations in by phone, talked to a real person and all is well.
Betty’s RV Park in Abbeville was next and was completed in short order.
Only our last stopover, in Beaumont, TX remained, and that was taken care of late in the afternoon. We are all set!
In any case we will arrive at our Texas home, Llano Grande RV Resort, in Mercedes, Texas, on November 20th.
For now though, it is time to think about our summer in Colorado. That is on our minds and we are aware that our time here is getting short. We plan to arrive at Mountaindale on June 21st.
For now we are enjoying our time with the grandkids, friends and relatives.
We are rather tired of the rain, humidity, cicadas, flying insects, and uncomfortable temperatures here in northeast Missouri.
Oh well, I’m not really complaining.
After all, Life is Good!