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Apr 3, 2012 - Ingram, Texas

So far we have eaten out everyday and I have continued to loose weight (good menu choices). We have happy hour in the evening and since we are the first people here we get to greet all the new arrivals. Yesterday we made a 175 mile trip to view all the wild Bluebonnet flowers. We are seeing them at their peak. We stopped for lunch at Coopers Old Time BBQ. Great place, but the sauce is bad. I ordered prime rib (yes, done on the bbq just like brisket) so I didn't need bbq sauce. We now have about 8 rigs here and we expect 19 more.

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Mar 31, 2012 - Ingram, Texas

We spent several days driving from Camp Verde in Arizona to Ingram, Texas. Not much happened on the way. We did get to visit with Jon and Sandra Meyers again while we were in Deming, NM. As we approached Ingram, TX we started to see Bluebonnets. Once we got to the rv park we were greeted by Greg and Judy and Stan and Connie. We spent the afternoon chatting with them and then we went to dinner where we had hamburgers that were truly diet busting delights. They had 6 strips of bacon on them as well as double cheese. When we got back we...

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Sep 15, 2011 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout – Ingram

THURSDAY This morning I went to Discount Tires to have them check my tire pressure. They were a bit low so I had them fill all six tires to 80 PSI. I prefer a firm ride. I was on the road by 10:30 and then stopped in Johnson City for lunch. I arrived at Johnson Creek RV Resort around 2:15. FRIDAY This morning several of us walked around to visit with some women with the Sisters on the Fly club (www.sistersonthefly.com). Nearly all of them have vintage travel trailers which they have restored and decorated very cleverly. Several of them...

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Aug 3, 2011 - Schliterbahn

We went to Schlitterbahn Water park today. It has been featured on a lot of TV shows as one of the best in the world and I have to say it was pretty fun. They had a lot of tube rivers and slides. the park was so big that you had to take a tram from one section to the other. I sits next to a river and you can see 100's of locals tubing down the river outside the park. We spent about 8 hours there and didn't get to see all that there was. We are winding down the trip now and will have to drive about 500 miles. We should be close to El Paso...

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Jun 24, 2011 - Mom & Herb Griffith's Home Town Pictures

We've been visiting my husbands mom and step-dad since June 24th. It's been a great trip and we plan to leave Saturday at the latest. We did a lot of things while visiting their home town such as: Walmart shopping, Thrift Store Shopping, Don and I went to sign up for our new Texas drivers license, Went to family church service, drove out to Goat Creek Drive and Doris street to view the wild deer in that neighborhood, mom and I had girl time out and went and got our nails done, and last but not least, I had to get my drink on at Starbucks.

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Apr 5, 2011 - Holiday Rambler 400 Spring Rally

April 5, 2011: Depart Hondo, Texas and arrived at Johnson Creek RV Resort, Ingram, Texas From today until April 14 we will be attending the Holiday Rambler's 2011 Chapter 400 Spring Rally. What a beautiful park this is with pull thru sites nice, wide and long. This is the RVer's dream park. We have 25 RVing couples in attendance. This will be fun! April 8: Carpool to Fredericksburg, Texas. This is an old town with little shops to look around. A good thing to do is to park the vehicle and just start walking. It is really a neat OLD town....

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Hither 'N' Yon 2011

Sep 16, 2010 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout at Ingram

THURSDAY This morning I was on the road by 10:15, heading for Ingram for the Cen-Tex LoW campout at the Johnson Creek RV Resort. The club has camped there several times but this will be my first time. I’ve been away from the area all the other times. The club house is very nice but it is not very wheelchair friendly and there are no easy chairs. It has several dining areas. They are in process of building a rally hall, which will be much more appropriate for a group like ours. We will use it next year when we return. We had a good turnout,...

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Jan 1, 2010 - RV Volunteer

THE BEGINNING We became intrigued with the RV Volunteer Lifestyle after reading the experiences of RV Volunteers on various forums. We weren't sure this was for us, so the research went on. Discovery of Vol.gov made some of the research easy, and provided a lot of insight about locations, RV Volunteer positions, amenities, and so on. So! Our RV Volunteer search began during the Winter of 2010 in Ingram, Texas. I approached the RV Volunteer search methodically by: 1. Developing an RV Volunteer Cover Letter easily modified for different RV...

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RV CONUS

Jan 16, 2009 - Ingram TX

Ingram is just a short distance from Kerrville. We took a short cut from our campground on the goat creek cutoff road which is a short but very scenic drive to Ingram Ingram, Texas is on the north bank of Guadalupe River. Ingram, Texas was founded 1883 by J.C.W. Ingram who built a store and conducted church services. A new section was started in 1936 following a disastrous flood. Ingram Business buildings in the old section of Ingram now house art studios and galleries, antique shops, boutiques and restaurants. It is on loop off Texas 39...

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Aug 27, 2008 - Ingram, TX.

Here at Johnson Creek RV Resort. Will be working as workkampers on the weekends for 3 months prior to heading to Del Rio for the winter. Really nice park located on Johnson Creek just off of the Guadalupe River. Park sits in middle of a beautiful pecan orchid. Very nice owners and met lots of new friends there.

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Jan 29, 2008 - Ingram, TX - Old Ingram Loop

The winds continue to blow through the hills with gusts up to 20 mph; but, the warm sunshine soon burned off the clouds and fog to reveal a sparkling blue sky. After lunch, we took a ride to Ingram. This little settlement is located about 5 miles west of Kerrville on the north bank of the Guadalupe River. Its roots go back to the 1800's and the town got its name from its founder, J.C.W. Ingram, who built a store and held church services here. What was Main Street back in the 1800's is now The Old Ingram Loop. This half-mile loop road has...

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Nov 28, 2007 - Johnson Creek RV Resort and Pecans in Ingram, Texas

We said good bye to Balmorhea without regrets and headed farther down the road. By now both of us are suffering from back aches since we have been driving day in and day out since the 23rd of November. We'll certainly be glad to land in Mission. Diane had told us about a very nice RV Park in Kerrville, Texas that they really enjoyed although they said it was pricy. We were going to stay there but then found a listing for a Passport America Park in the same area that sounded pretty nice and would be less than $20 for the night. So we pulled...

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