Green RVing with small, retro MPG travel trailer, plus amazing awning-screened room
Thom and Sharon Seargeant fell in love with their nifty 2011 19-foot MPG 181 travel trailer manufactured by Heartland."It's big enough for the two of us and one grandchild," laughed Thom from his lawn chair at Garner State Park. Heartland states that the MPG micro-ligh
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Gina Williams gives safety tips for trailering a motorcycle on Women RVers
Gina Williams' life changed when a close friend died as the result of a motorcycle accident "after driving too fast over a highway overpass." That loss lead to her finding her life's passion in 2011 when she founded MotorcycleAccident.org to promote motorcycle safety
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Jimmy tows Blue Boy with Bianchi
Jimmy Smith loves his bicycle. Before he came anywhere close to owning  a truck camper or 5th wheel trailer, his primary recreation vehicle was his bicycle.When he was 30 he bicycled from Oregon to Maine. When he was 43 he bicycled from the Mexican border to Spokane, W
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Egyptian Geese visit Potter's Creek campsite in Hill Country of Texas
Egyptian geese are not frequently seen hanging out in the Hill Country of Texas, although they are known to be found worldwide. They are in the family Anatidae and primary live throughout much of Africa, mostly south of the Sahara and in the Nile Valley. They pref
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Canadian RV snowbirds relax into the warmth of south Texas sunshine
 Bob and Ellen Rogers of Vancouver, British Columbia, were first spotted leaning back in their camp chairs reading and soaking up the warm Texas afternoon sun at Garner State Park. They are slowly meandering north, now into the final leg of their winter escape from
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RVer Jimmy Smith writes about discovering America, one person at a time
In his latest periodic essay on life, RVer Jimmy Smith writes his observations on the Hill Country of Texas, his latest readings and "peering into the eyes" of Bonnie Evans Jr., retired disabled vet and consummate fisherman. Read the full post by clicking here. Ph
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RVers love fishing at Garner State Park
The Frio River runs through Garner State Park, about 120 miles west of where RVers Bonnie and Dedra Evans live in San Antonio, Texas. They both love to fish, but Bonnie, a retired Army Staff Sergeant , is avid about it. They came to Garner to fish and by the end of
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Garner State Park, east of San Antonio, TX
Garner State Park in south central Texas (see map below) has 1419.8 acres (10 water acres of the Frio River) of recreational facilities.The park is extremely popular in the summer because it offers camping, hiking, nature study, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, swimming
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Hiking, brilliant sunsets at Seminole Canyon State Park in southwest Texas near the Rio Grande River
We made our way yesterday along some of the two-lane highways in southwest Texas. Our destination was the Seminole Canyon State Park and Historical Site near the Rio Grande River. The last time we stayed here was two years ago and we took a six-mile bike ride alo
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Bypassed Benson SKP park, deadhead into Deming, NM's Dream Catcher RV Park
With a strong tail wind yesterday, we decided to barrel on down I-10 to the SKP Dream Catcher RV Park in Deming, NM. It was our longest travel day on this leg of the journey--330 miles. This SKP (Escapee) RV Park is within earshot of I-10 and sandwiched between La Q
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