Greenville, TX to Livingston, TX., Escapee Park

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The day I became a Texan

After recovering from the time with Joey and Kevin, I packed up and drove down to Livingston where I set up at the Escapees, (SKP) park. This group has parks around the country that members can stay at quite reasomably and has services that are focused toward the full time RV traveler like myself.

While in Livingston, I became an official, legal Texan. Got my drivers license, registered the truck and 5th wheel and set up my mailing address there. They have a staff of about 90 people receiving, sorting and forwarding mail to the thousands of Escapees around the country.

The weather in East Texas was quite hot and humid and after my years in California, I was not used to the humidity and it took some getting used to.

Livingston is quite a way off of the beaten path and does not have many attrqactions to go and see so I stayed in the park most of the time and met a lot of folks who are on the road full time like me. it was interesting to sit around and share travel stories.

Summary:

Elks Lodges - 4

Escapee Parks - 3

Public RV Parks - 4

National Parks - 4

Expenses April 2002 - $1755

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The day I became a Texan
The day I became a Texan
Livingston
photo by: hauteboy