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May 31, 2012 - Copper Breaks State Park near Quanah, Texas

A gorgeous day I had for seeing the park. I first went to the office to register. Fortunately they let me use the money I paid to reserve night before last for last night’s fee. So, I only owed $20. Good deal! They currently have a campground host, but told me to call them in case I even wanted to stay. The head ranger said that they didn’t have a lot to offer, but they would kill me with kindness. I spent some time in their Visitor Center. They had a very nice museum area. They had displays of fossils from prehistoric times. The one that...

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May 30, 2012 - Heading out to the Panhandle

Time to move on. Time to pack up, hit the road, and drive towards my next volunteer gig, Palo Duro Canyon State Park. And, as usual, I didn’t get up quite as early as I had hoped, but, I guess really, it doesn’t matter. I had not even made it to the end of the George Bush Tollway until people started motioning to me that there was a problem. I had no idea. Nothing felt different, but I pulled off. I pulled into a parking lot, got out and walked all around the trailer. I didn’t see anything wrong, until…I spotted the back jacks dragging on...

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May 14, 2012 - Copper Breaks State Park/Caprock Canyon State Park

First night out, Copper Breaks State Park, Texas... View off the overlook and then it was a quick dinner and we crashed. The excitment of the day turned into just plain ole' tired. Really a neat park, spaces were great, of course had the whole park to ourselves except for one community dog and a couple tenters ! Its off to Caprock Canyon State Park for a few days. Lots of gorgeous rock formations, all a world of its own. Enjoyed the days and hikes.

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Mar 17, 2012 - Copper Breaks State Park

Nice park. Spent two nights here. Camp sights are nice and large. Water and electric no dump at sight but can dump tanks as you leave campground. Rode our bikes on pavement they have trails you can ride on or hike we opted to stay on road not really mountain bikes. Left here this morning headed home.

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Mar 15, 2012 - Left Denton, Tx

Left Denton around 11:45. Stopped at Decator for lunch. Headed to Copper Breaks State Park. Never been there thought we would try it at least one night. Stopped at Vernon at Walmart for supplies. Arrived at CBSP around 4:45. Picked a spot sight 24 on the south end of the loop. Ok spot natural shade from sun with the trailer. Ate supper and the went bike riding. Bought bikes at Richardson Bike Mart.

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