Murdo Girl…Sunny and 74

I’ve heard camping described as spending a lot of money to go live like a homeless person. There is some truth to that, but it can also be a whole lot of fun.

We’re still staying at the KOA RV Park on Lake Livingston. The Trinity River flows right through it, making it a big body of water.

This cute little cafe less than a mile from the park has delicious breakfasts and the best burgers I’ve had since Fern’s Cafe in Murdo.
Green wood doesn’t burn well.
See Ya…Our home away from home is 18 yrs old and does pretty well.
Taken from the picnic table at our campsite…
Same view at night. Kip says hello! It’s supposed to be 74 degrees today.

We also drove the 40 miles yesterday to check out Huntsville State Park. It’s really nice, but the lake isn’t fed by the Trinity and it’s quite a bit smaller than Lake Livingston.

Today is our last day in paradise. Home is calling. I’m sure the neighbors will be happy to see our Christmas decorations come down.

Remember…if you wake up in the night and you can see all the stars, it means someone stole your tent!