Here we are, another wonderful day in the certifiably nicest medium-size RV park in the state. We have stayed in more than 30 different parks since we retired and began living in our trailer and there is nowhere else that we'd rather stay. With the amenities and surroundings here, this place is impossible to beat. Apparently TACO, the Texas Association of Campground Owners, felt the same way because they recently bestowed their award for Best Medium Size RV park on Rayford Crossing.
Last night, Eddie and Kelly and their son Cody came in for the weekend. Stella had talked to Dee last night and they are supposed to come to the park this afternoon for a visit. Her mother
is still in the hospital here and she is stressed out and needs some time with friends. I took Stella to work and stopped off at the Valero to fill up with fuel. Since I have not been keeping track of my fuel usage, I didn't record how much it took to fill up, but I did get another good price of $2.71 per gallon.
I came back home and had a short visit with Eddie and Kelly at the office, and told them that we would see them later in the afternoon. I went back home and hung out until time to get Stella. She had a visitor, Jackie, one of the Boomers that we haven't seen in awhile. We had a nice visit with her and came on back home. When we got here, Ricky and Dee were next door at Eddie and Kelly's trailer.
We went over and after chatting with them for about 30 minutes, we decided to go eat at Sweet Bella's restaurant. It was a fine meal and we were all very full when we left. We came back home and sat outside at Eddie and Kelly's place until about 9:30. It was a nice way to end the night.