We went from a small overnight park in Tye Texas to the Alamo Fiesta RV Resort for the South Texas Chapter of the Heartland Owners club.
We were up about 7 this morning but were in no big hurry because we only had about 225 miles to drive today. Stella made us a good breakfast and we were on the road about 9:30. We made good time down the highway since there was very little traffic on a Sunday morning and it had stopped raining.
The further we drove, the more we realized that this was the exact route that we took a couple of years ago when we took Tyler and Cameron to Colorado. I even remembered a couple of stops that we had made with them and it brought back good memories. That's just one of the great things abut this lifestyle, the memories. It's so nice to see something on television and be able to say, "Hey, we were right there!"
We got into the park about five minutes til 2, and the office closed at 2, but it was already locked up. We picked up our brochure that showed us to our site, but the work camping lady came to the door to see if there was anything else that we needed. She saw our trailer and said that they had just bought a new Landmark as well, so I invited her to come to the rally. She is very close to being an owner, so she should be able to come have some fun with us to see what its all about, being a Heartland owner. I just hope I don't get in trouble with Tom for inviting her. Its hard to remember that I'm not the Chapter leader any more.