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Oct 8, 2018 - More I-20

It was a short hop through the north of Mississippi into Louisiana. We thought the roads in Mississippi were bad, but seems to improve slightly as we got closer to Louisiana. Once we crossed the border into Louisiana the road deteriorated so badly, we couldn't believe it - we also lost all cell service and satellite service. Weather was turning to stormy so we headed for east Texas staying at Tyler State Park, just east of Dallas. What a pleasant surprise - the park was fantastic. Rained much of the time but we were glad for the change in...

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Jul 12, 2010 - Tyler State Park, Camp Clanton

Well hello everyone.....It's July 2010 and it's hot outside....We are at Tyler State Park in site # 37....We are here to spend the week with our four grandkids. We got here on Monday and got everything set up and the first two grandkids got here on Tuesday afternoon and then the other two came the next morning. The kids were ready to have fun....The first morning the kids got in the lake before 7:00 am and except for coming out to eat lunch and supper, they didn't come out of the water until 9:30 pm that night. Well after showers and...

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Jun 28, 2009 - Tyler State Park

Well hello there....Today we moved to Tyler State Park. We met with our friends Mary and Roy Gilmore. This is their maiden voyage in their new Larado 5th wheel. It sure is a good looking trailer. It was so hot today for our move but we made it. We will be here for a week. Mary and Roy have two little dogs named Hoppy and Babe, and they also brought three of their grandkids with them, Katelyn, Johnnie and Seth. The kids had a geat time swimming and fishing. We didn't do alot of anything but relaxing and swimming. Mary and Gregg and Johnnie...

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Oct 18, 2006 - Roundup with South Central Lazy Dazers at Tyler State Park

WEDNESDAY This morning I had to be up and at 'em early so I could be ready to leave by the time Bill and Cindy were. I've had a very nice visit with them. Before leaving town I fed Daisy and then headed south to Tyler State Park, which is only about 150 miles from Paris. I stopped along the way to buy a few groceries. The park is nearly 986 acres in a very nice wooded, hilly area surrounding a 64-acre lake stocked with trout, bass and catfish. There are several camping areas and hiking trails. The land was deeded by private owners in 1934...

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