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Apr 17, 2008 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout at Tow

THURSDAY This morning I was on the road again by 11:00. It is only 65 miles from Cedar Breaks Park to Hi-Line Lake Resort at Tow. The attendance this time is lower than I've ever seen it. Since we had fewer than ten rigs (the smallest group we have had), we were not allowed to use the club room (unless we paid $75 per day). We sat outside Jo's big motorhome for a while but decided to eat inside because the wind had gotten a little strong. After dinner some of us played a game of Mexican train while the others chatted. Soon it started...

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Apr 19, 2007 - LoW Campout at Tow

THURSDAY: This morning Jan and I left Potter's Creek Park around 11:00 and caravanned to Tow for the Cen-Tex LoW campout on Lake Buchanan. The only stop along the way was for fuel. We saw several nice stands of wildflowers along the highway and in the fields. There seemed to be more bluebonnets up here than farther south. Upon arriving at the Hi-Line Lake RV Resort about 1:30, we ate lunch in my rig before we finished setting up camp. We were really hungry. Due to the drought, the lake is several feet below normal and doesn't look quite so...

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Apr 21, 2005 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout - Hi-Line Lake Resort, Lake Buchanan

This campout was very well attended and there were lots of activities: Line dancing lessons by Janis Shull, several other dances taught by Duane Praschak and several table games. A real treat came in the form of Junior and Virginia Karas of Morgan, Colorado. They played for us both Friday and Saturday afternoons. Virginia played trumpet and Junior played several other brass instruments, accompanied by taped music. They were very good. Saturday morning Juanita Smith, Barbara Bell and I walked on the trail along the shore of Lake Buchanan....

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Apr 15, 2004 - Cen-Tex LoW Campout - Hi-Line Lake Resort, Lake Buchanan

April is one of my favorite months in Central Texas because of the abundance of beautiful wildflowers along the highways and in the meadows. Our campout at Tow, on Lake Buchanan, made it easy to see this beauty. On Saturday Ed Lohn led two carloads of us on a drive through some of the back roads in the area. He is very familiar with this area and knew where to find the most wildflowers. This was my favorite part of the campout. Of course, I begged for a photo stop around every bend and of course Ed teased me about it. April is also my...

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