picture from Texas State Parks website
When I made a reservation at this RV park, I asked for a corner site. With my rig being at least 10' shorter than most of the rigs in this park, I didn't want to be sandwiched between two of them.
Woo-hoo! They gave me a corner site.
I keep the blinds closed on the side facing my neighbor
and don't even notice they are there.
Odd, they have no windows on the side that faces my RV.
From my windshield I can see the duck pond and "nature area" described in the parks brochure. I can also sit at the dinette or outside at the picnic table and look out over the pond.
Up until today, the only birds I saw were ducks and coots and on the grass there are starling's, grackles and pigeons. Pigeons?? I thought that was a bit strange, there is a whole flock of them that mingle with the ducks on the grass.
Anyway, today around 4pm, I glanced outside and saw something pink. A pair of Roseate Spoonbills were enjoying the water and flapping their wings to dry their feathers.
I went outside to take pictures and scared them away. I did manage a short video clip, you can only see the pink color at the very beginning. I hope they return to the pond.
My windshield also faces the west, for a fantastic view of the sunset.