Our Location: Lincoln Parish Park, Ruston, LA
We enjoyed our night here at LPP, it was quiet, peaceful and relaxing. I was awake early and slipped outside to go for a walk. Very chilly before the sun had a chance to peak thru and start heating up. I walked the loop twice clicking a few photos of the many vintage trailers parked here. Those are today’s photos, all taken with my phone.
|One of the tent sights here at LPP.|
|The sun breaking through the trees.|
Back home Riley and I spent some time enjoying a hot drink, some breakfast and some catch up with our blogger friends.
|This lady is from Texas.|
|Most of these vintage trailers are owned by single women.|
With the clock moving toward the hour of 11 AM we climbed into the Dogsled for a side trip to Lake Claiborne State Park about a half hour from our front door. The road was windy, narrow and grooved. The park is too far from the interstate for our liking and is not a park we would enjoy. This is not a complaint by any means I’m just making notes for the future for myself.
|A closer look at the mist on the water this morning.|
|Some very nice views on my walk.|
LA 146 that we took to get to the park is skinny, twisty and very grooved. The state park road is also very skinny, very steep in some places and too curvy for comfort towing the Igloo. The park is covered with a canopy that would definitely not allow much, if any sunshine to reach the sites. Some sites are pull thru, some are back in, some on the water, others not. The road is much too skinny and curvy for a big rig to maneuver easily and stay on the hard top.
|A baby Airstream.|
A disc golf tournament was going on today. Cars parked everywhere, and folks walking everywhere as well. A very nice park but just not a park for us.
|Another vintage trailer. Don't you love the teapot?|
The sunshine today warmed up the air a great deal and as each day passes the temperatures are moving in the upward direction, just the way we want them to. We are planning on spending a number of days here before we move on into Texas.
So that’s our story for today, I hope you enjoyed your visit, sorry it wasn’t more exciting.
Until next time…. be safe, take care,