We hightailed it out of OKC this morning around 7:45am – early for us. Our plan was to get past Dallas today, and possibly stay at a Walmart for the night. Despite some harry moments around Dallas (even the by-pass was crazy), Fester was determined to push on to our final destination, Livingston, Texas. It was a long drive (about 480 miles) and took us about 9 hours with breaks. With all the traffic and concentration required, Fester was beat and a bit snarky. And, as his co-pilot, so was I (beat and snarky too).
We arrived at our campground around 5. We’re staying at another Escapees RV Park – Rainbow’s End. It was already getting dark when we arrived, so we didn’t see a lot of the park. But, what we’ve seen on the way to our site makes us happy we chose another Escapees park. Since we arrived a day early, they were kind enough to put us in an “extra” pull-through site for the night. We move to our assigned site sometime late tomorrow morning, after the current occupants leave. When Sadie and I took our nightly stroll, I was able to get a sense of the park and it is pretty large, especially in comparison to Turkey Creek. And, unlike Roadrunner, there are trees!
Tomorrow’s temperature is supposed to be a high of 77. Yes! We’re about an hour north of Houston, and will make some plans over morning coffee on places we’ll visit while we’re here. It’s an early bedtime for me. Skunky signing off.