We said goodbye to my little Christmas cottage and our tiny home, loaded up our, a little smaller than our house, but bigger than the cottage, RV, and headed for Livingston State Park.
Before leaving this morning, we stopped to get propane and fill up with diesel. It was while filling the propane tank that Kip remembered he left two jackets and his Yeti cup sitting on our front porch. No biggie…we hadn’t hooked up the toad (my jeep), yet, so I drove back home to get them while he fueled up the RV. We have since discovered that we forgot a few other things, but nothing major. We have enough “other stuff” that we don’t need.
We arrived at the Onalaska KOA, which is right on Lake Livingston, around 3:00 o’clock this afternoon. It’s really a beautiful place and we even have our own little patio, furnished with a table, several chairs, a little grill and a fire pit. We’re going to cook-out tomorrow night, so I’ll take some better pictures.
We took the dogs for a long walk before and after dinner and then settled in for the evening. No television tonight, just peace and quiet…it feels so good to enjoy a different part of God’s beautiful country and the weather, so far, couldn’t be better.
Good night from beautiful Lake Livingston.