Saturday, July 28, 2012

On The Road Again!

We left the RV park around 1 p.m. yesterday.  We had a few hiccups before we left. We had trouble getting the slides to come in. Dad thinks it was a loose wire. He also said we need to replace the batteries in the RV.  It is not the same battery that is in the engine.  So, we finally got the slides to come in and then Dad asked Mama if she had put the cutting board away.  He knew that she stored it along the slide in the kitchen. That is fine as long as it is removed before the slide is brought in. Well, she had left it there. They were able to get it out, but then they saw a cookie sheet. The cookie sheet was much harder to remove and took a while.  You don't want anything in the way of the slide.  It can damage the slide.  Finally, we were on our way.  Mama was nervous driving through Houston because there is so much traffic. She was relieved when we finally crossed the Louisiana state line.
Our last walk by the fire house in Houston.

We are out of Texas!

Traveling is tiring!

We are escorted to our campsite.

The lake at the camground.



Come on Mama!  We need to walk!

The campground is nicely decorated.

Me and Dad.

Our site.  See the picnic table. It turns into a bench.
The campground was nice.  It is mainly just travel after trailer. There was supposed to be an enclosed dog park, but we couldn't find it. It was dark by the time we explored last night and this morning, we didn't see it either. It wasn't on the map that they gave us.There is a nice path around the lake. Mama said we had to watch for alligators, but we never saw any.  We just saw birds.

I woke Mama up at 3:30 a.m. because I wanted to go exploring. She told me to go back to bed. She tried sneak into the shower at 5:15 a.m., but I wouldn't let her. I wanted to go for a walk.  I won!

We left this morning at 7 a.m.   We will spend the night in South Carolina.

Joey,
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