Category Archives: Casita Travel Trailer

Hill Country

Some great parks just outside of Austin. McKinney Falls and Pedernales Falls. Advertisements

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COASTAL REDWOODS

These living things that are taller than the Statue of Liberty and live for up to 3000 years at 370 feet tall. The tallest living thing, Redwoods. The Redwoods stood to watch Dinosaurs roam and once covered the whole west … Continue reading

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NORTH WEST COASTLINE

Rocky rugged Sea meets water Rub rub Wear and friction This is all plastic from the sea

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Padre Island

Once 13 million acres of grassland across Texas and Louisiana. Now only 2 % of the grasslands remain. Lost through development and over grazing.

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Bicycle Riding in the City

San Antonio is so nice to go bike riding along the bicycle paths and see so much beauty and no trash. My town, Colorado Springs, has lots of trash and homeless camps everywhere. San Antonio was such a delight. Eat … Continue reading

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ROCKPORT

Which Rockport you ask as there are 23 in the U S. The one in Texas . Life is slow here. People talk and people wave. Burger place, Whata burger, serves you, talks to you, asks if they can help … Continue reading

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Small Town America

In an RV camp there is still small town America. There is respect, people walking and talking to each other. This is close living but works. Breeze Lake Campground has dinners, social hours, classes. People have time to be people. … Continue reading

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