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RE: Texas Hill Country Ideas

Great time to be in South Texas! For SA, I recommend staying in San Antonio for the visits to the Riverwalk, Missions, Market, Alamo, maybe even golf if you play. Others have given a good list of RV Parks--I would add Admirality near Sea World. For hill country, pick either Kerrville or Fredericksburg. In Kerrville, we like Buckhorn Lake RV Park. In Fredericksburg, visit the National Museum of the Pacific War, eat German sausage, and drive over to LBJ Ranch park. Maybe the wildflowers will be out but that is a bit iffy due to small amount of rain in the December-January period.
timandsusan 01/28/20 05:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: North Rim Campground

We have visited the GC four times--twice to the north rim, once to the south rim and a 188 miles float trip on the Colorado River thru the GC. We do like the area! For the north rim, we took our 5th wheel and stayed at a FHU park about 1 mile south of Jacobs Lake and took AZ 67 down to the North Rim. We also drove our truck only on forest service roads in the area to the North Rim -- great ride. All our trips have been in the fall except for the float trip in August. The weather was great.
timandsusan 01/10/20 06:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A Primer on Moab

WOW! Great info! We travel thru and stay a few days in Moab virtually every summer/fall heading to SLC for the visit with Gkids. We enjoyed several of the interesting areas that were mentioned. Yes, Moab is Unique! But maybe to much of a good thing happened last summer--we paid $71/night for 1 night at KOA. Not really worth it for us since we have been many times to the area. I would recommend the local golf course is very playable. I read that either Utah or the Moab tourist group promoted visits to Moab last year--guess what???It worked! Expect crowds.
timandsusan 01/10/20 06:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pine/Spruce drip season??

We have been going to Blue Spruce RV Park near Lake Vallecito for the past 6 years-stayed 9 week in 2019. We don't have much concern about pine sap--we arrive around mid July--maybe that is why. For the 2 drips on the truck, I used Rapid Remover--adhesive remover--works great. Have a great time!
timandsusan 10/22/19 06:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Grand Canyon 2020

Here is my experience at the GC. 1 trip to the South Rim for 4 days in September, very cool to cold evenings, nice days, great views, and nice ranger programs. That part of Arizona is tilted to the south-this is important because water falling on the south rim drains to the south with very little draining into the GC. So the South walls of the Canyon are steeper and less eroded than the north rim. In general the river is about 2 miles from the south rim and about 7 miles from the north rim. Different views for photography from both sides. For the North rim, we have visited 2 times--again both in September, much cooler, less crowds, but great viewing points that you can drive to. We have also floated 188 miles--6 days--thru the Grand Canyon. Still more great views but this time looking up. So, plan on more than 1 trip! Summary--1st trip go to the South Rim, 2nd trip go to North Rim, 3rd trip--FLOAT the Colorado River!
timandsusan 09/27/19 05:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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