Tuesday we got up and got moving early – we had 240 miles to go to get to our spot at Magnolia Ridge where we had reservations for 2 days – hoping if we got in a day early we would be able to stay. The drive was nice, we had no sunshine but no rain We got to the park about 3, which is the cut off for us…if we aren’t somewhere by then we find a place as quickly as possible!
We got parked in site 40, which is an amazing site. Actually, I don’t know if there is a BAD site in this park. Of course it is a Corp of Engineers park, and we had 50 amp elec and water for the princely sum of $9 a day.
One of the perks of this park is that friends of ours, Judy and Dick Mott were parked on site 40 – and we stayed here specifically so Judy and I could have some ‘friend’ face time Normally we would go to Livingston, but these sites are less expensive, bigger, more level and much quieter. I really really like this park! I expect it will be back on our ‘go to’ places again.
We settled in and had beef lo mein out of a frozen bag for dinner – and you know that doesn’t happen very often, but it was very good.
Wednesday we got around and headed into Livingston to pick up our mail. Hadn’t gotten it since mid Nov so there was a lot – I haven’t even gotten through it all yet! While there we had lunch at Taco Bell and I grocery shopped at HEB. Also filled the car up with gas at $1.84 a gallon – Oh Happy Day! We came home and got stuff put away, Judy and I got some visitin’ done, and I pulled out a frozen bag of homemade Taco Soup, and that was dinner! Later on I went over to Judy’s and watched Criminal Minds and Stalker – both were excellent!
Thursday we got around pretty early ‘cause I had invited Dick and Judy for breakfast. I did sausage gravy and biscuits, with eggs to order. It was awfully yummy! Of course, in true RV fashion, we sat and yammered for almost 2 hours
Then Judy and I went to visit with Lynette and her husband, Gregg McHenry, more gate guards with Gate Guard Services. It is always fun to meet new folks in the same ‘business’ as us!
We visited for a couple hours, then headed back home where I got a nap…and baked a cake! I made a banana split cake for dessert, because Dick and Judy made us a wonderful dinner of shrimp gumbo and potato salad. It was a true Louisiana feast and we enjoyed it immensely. Thanks Judy and Dick for feeding us that amazing dinner!
We ended the evening on more laughter – which is the way it should always be! We had a wonderful 3 days at a great park…who could ask for anything more!