Friday, October 30, 2015

Moving South

Southern Texas
Weather Conditions; Rainy, 78 degrees

We landed in Daingerfield at Daingerfield State Park and spent 9 days. 


The first 7 days we spent with friends that were also camping at Daingerfield.



We had a great time visiting with some very close friends.

Dawn and I took a drive to Mena to check out the fall colors. It is always a beautiful drive. 




We did a few chores too.

Dawn and I also made a visit to 5 D Steakhouse in Avinger, Texas.



They have the BEST Bar B Q. They pile your plates full. I highly recommend this place to anyone who travels into this area.

We were keeping an eye on the weather so we could travel south without driving in the storms that were predicted near our departure time.

After talking with some of our winter Texas friends we decided to pull out of Daingerfield a day early.

We left Daingerfield on Wednesday afternoon and drove to Corsicana, Texas.

In Corsicana we met up with friends Peter and Judy.

We stayed 1 night at American RV on Hwy 31.

It wasn’t a bad park but 1 night is about all I could handle. The traffic noise from Hwy 31 and the constant traffic in the park was a little much.

While in Corsicana Dawn and I had dinner at the Old Mexico Inn. Wednesday night is enchilada night. We ordered the Wednesday special.



WOW! Two enchiladas, beans and rice for $3.99. It was very good.

Oh and the margaritas where $1.75!!!!


We pulled out of Corsicana a little before 10:00 A.M following Peter and Judy moving south to our next stop.

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4 comments:

  1. Wow!! Hope you had a margarita for me...or two~..Be safe, I hear there is some bad flooding around San Antonio..Try Potter's Creek campground at Canyon Lake sometime..It is very nice..

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  2. Watching all the flooding in TX has me wondering about all the RVers in the wake. Glad you guys aren't water logged. Great Mexican place! Great price :)

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  3. Well we worked 80 hours making time and a half
    But La Grange was too damn hot
    We drove back home at the end of that week and we spent it all on pot
    Charlie Robison- My Hometown
    Anytime I hear LaGrange I think of this song :)
    Read more: Charlie Robison - My Hometown Lyrics | MetroLyrics

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