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Monday, November 26, 2012

A Fabulous Day

We both slept like logs last night—quiet, dark park!  That’s one of the things we love about this park, huge sites under live oak trees, no overhead lighting, no traffic noise—none!  We started out to take a walk and ran into so many people we knew, it was 11 am before we ever got back to the rig! 

Eight years ago while participating in Cowboy Action Shooting we met this couple from Maryland, Angie and Ralph.  We became instant friends—they were about to embark on their full time journey.  The first year we came to this park Ralph and Angie joined us.  A couple years later they came to our home in Montana spending a while parked in our driveway.   Although we’ve kept in touch, we have not seen them since then.

They are in the area staying on a friend’s ranch and will come here to Lake Medina for the Christmas holidays.  Today they drove over to spend the afternoon bringing us lunch!  We had a great visit with them and other folks here in the park—folks would see us sitting outside and stop to talk.  It was so good to see them!

IMG_5415IMG_5416Emmi found a new friend—this is Angie and Ralph.

IMG_5417Rich and Carolyn (the lady who taught me to quilt) sitting with Pat and Angie standing.

IMG_5423Joyce, Ralph, Angie and Carolyn

IMG_5419Pat is 81 years old, retired Navy and still rides that scooter you see sitting behind Michael, his wife Carolyn rides the bicycle—smart woman!

It was a wonderful day spent with friends we haven’t seen in a while.  Tomorrow on to our final destination—Aransas Pass. 

5 comments:

  1. How nice to meet up with friends again!

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  2. what a great day to meet up with all your friends..sure makes those long travel days so worth it!!

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  3. butterbean carpenterNovember 26, 2012 at 9:12 PM

    Glad you got there safe and tired; good job missing the deer, Mike!!!

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  4. How wonderful to connect with old friends.......... and in shirt sleeves no less!!!

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  5. Meeting with long time RV friends is really neat! What a treat that was!

    Thanks for the tip on that RV spot. Should we make out way down there, we'll keep it in our plans.

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