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Apr 15, 2012 - Medina, April 2012

After our return from Mckinney, we settled in on our lot in Medina. We got our two sheds set up and ready in short order. I had winterized both sheds when we left in October and had to restore water in both. We were excited to get back to our friends at El Viaje and spent lots of time enjoying their friendship again. We also continued to visit with our friends from By the River Park in Kerrville. We invited Henry and Terry out for a visit while Nancy, Terry's sister, was visiting from Austin. We had an enjoyable visit and showed Nancy...

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Apr 20, 2011 - El Viaje and Kerrville

Our life-style will be changing as a result of our recent purchase and the cost of a gallon of diesel fuel. We decided after we saw the way our economy was going and the direction gas prices were going that we needed to slow down for a while, and as we said last time, we’ve bought a lot for our RV. We will be drastically cutting down on our travels for the foreseeable future. We are moving forward on getting our new RV lot in shape. As of the end of March, the pad to make our plot level had been installed. Here they use a natural product...

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Aug 19, 2004 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout - Las Aves RV Park

The weather for this campout was very nice so we spent a lot of time outdoors on the porch or in and around the pool. We had dinner on Friday night at Love Creek Orchard in Medina. Their food is delicious and they offer apple pies, jams, jellies, etc., as well as gift items with apple motifs.

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Aug 21, 2003 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout - Las Aves RV Resort

Our campout at Las Aves RV Resort between Medina and Kerrville was very nice. It used to be a cattle auction site and some of the furniture and other items are still in place. There is a large Texas-shaped swimming pool and a wading pool shaped like a whale. We spent a lot of time out there. Some of us took a trip to nearby Hunt to see the half-sized version of Stonehenge, which is on private property but with access to the exhibit. We also took a drive to Huntsville – a beautiful winding and hilly road which cannot accommodate large...

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