Remember that when you leave this Earth, you can take with you nothing that you have received, only what you have given, a full heart enriched by honest service, love, sacrifice and courage. -St. Francis of Assisi

Today...

Where am I today???

Traveling from south TX to Denver

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2011

Places I have "camped" in the RV...........

April 2011  (purchased RV)
Florida:  Lazy Days RV Sales, Seffner
             Yankeetown
             Destin

Mississippi: Swinging Bridge RV Park, Byram

Missouri: Sikeston

May 2011
Iowa: West Liberty
Missouri: Eagleville
Kansas: Emporia
Oklahoma: Enid
Texas: Jacksboro
           San Antonio
           South Padre Island KOAa

June 2011
Texas: Victoria
           Serendipity RV Resort, Palacios
           Matagorda Bay Park
           Freeport - County Park
           Galveston Island State Park
           William Dies State Park
           Atlanta State Park


Arkansas: Diamond State Park, Murfreesboro
                Alma KOA
                Eureka Springs

Missouri: Lebanon, Hannibal

Illinois: Four Star Campground, Marseilles

July 2011 - October 2011:
Parked in the driveway in Oak Lawn, IL
selling my house and getting ready for full-timing

November 2011  Full-Timer as of Nov. 6, 2011
Illinois: Camp Lakewood, Effingham

Arkansas: Marion KOA
               Wynne (state park)
               Star City (driveway camping)

Louisiana: Shreveport

Texas: Escapees Rainbow Park, Livingston
           setting up Texas Residency, License & Registration
f towns that I have stayed overnight in the RV.
December 2011
Texas: Serendipity RV Park, Palacios
           Port Lavaca
           Goliad State Park
           San Antonio (driveway camping)
           Camping World, New Braunfels (generator repair) 
           Pioneer RV Resort, Port Aransas















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It is the sandstorm that shape the stone statues of the Desert. It is the struggles of Life that form a person's character ~ Native American Proverb