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Feb 9, 2019 - Rockwall, TX

Today we begin our journey west to see Andy and Kayla in San Marcos, CA. We left Memphis this morning accompanied with Pat and Ves headed to Rockwall, TX. We are not in our rig, but driving Pat and Ves’s Toyota Avalon. We drove west on I-40 to Little Rock, AR, then took I-30 to Texarkana and on to Rockwall. We stayed with Bob and Kay Carroll, long time friends of Pat and Ves. They fed us a home cooked meal. Weldon and Vicki Day joined us. Vicki is Bob and Kays daughter. We had a great time visiting and they were wonderful hosts. I don’t...

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Oct 1, 2015 - Rockwall, TX

We departed Wichita Falls on the 27th for our next destination, Rockwall, TX. Another super problem free run. It was Sunday morning and very light traffic so we breezed right through to the campground in Caddo Mills, about 15 miles from Rockwall where we got together with our friends Pat and Al, previously from our community in Viera. Caddo Mills is about as close to the insane greater Dallas traffic that I want to navigate the motorhome through. Sunday afternoon we met with Pat and Al, along with Merrie and Chuck who also lived in our...

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Sep 5, 2014 - Rockwall, TX

ROCKWALL, TX—9/5-9/9. Had a fairly uneventful trip over, should have been about 200 miles- However all the girls were on mute and we missed a couple of turns- one was fairly easy to correct we just followed the “recalculate” but the other recalculate took us to a business district route—we learned a long time ago this is sometimes not the best route for the motorhome. So we found a place to turn around and we back tracked to where we had missed the turn and went from there. Stopped at a truck stop -like place for lunch- nice place good...

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May 16, 2007 - Dallas area

Wednesday May 16 We left the campground on the NW side of San Antonio and drove up to Georgetown, TX. The trip was relatively uneventful. However when we got off the interstate, it was a little confusing, because the new roads were not on our map program. Eventually we did arrive with no new scratches. The campground had paved streets and site pads that were a combination of paved and gravel. We went over to visit our friends Adrian and Carmen that evening. The next day Tom and Adrian worked on removing and repairing the day-night shades....

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