Our Location: Lincoln Parish Park, Ruston, Louisiana
Some very quiet days here in LPP. Not much going on with only about 8 or 9 rigs in the park. One or two come and one or two go, it's a tough life.
This morning we did something Riley's been talking about for a couple of years. For one reason or another we just didn't seem able to fit it in. We visited a Waffle House for breakfast. I've been numerous times but Riley hasn't. We both enjoyed waffles but Riley isn't too interested in going back. We will see as time goes on if she changes her mind.
|Love the reflection in the water.|
|Wouldn't this be a nice place to sit and read or just reflect?|
Yesterday we enjoyed the sun and the warmth. The temps reached the 80F/ 26.6 C, an overnight with temperature warm enough to leave the vents open and still be comfortable putting non slippered feet on the floor. Even with the cloudy skies today our temperature reached 77F/ 25C.
|Watching for breakfast.|
|Also watching for breakfast.|
Today we had a little rain, lots of clouds and a bit of sun. Tomorrow is calling for rain along our entire route. Morning rain with afternoon clearing, let's hope they are right.
|Paved over tree roots are pushing upward and breaking the walking paths smooth surface.|
|Turtles sunning themselves.|
Tomorrow we head out moving into Texas. We have been debating our travels there, and I think we've finally made our decision. We've decided to head off through Texas on a one night overnight stay basis until we pass through both Texas and New Mexico. We hope to arrive at Empire Ranch in Arizona by mid week, in time to sit out the American Thanksgiving without any worry about campgrounds being full and highway traffic. We had tossed around a number of different ideas but we both like this one best. If our friends Ron & Sharon are going to join us, they can do it as easily in Arizona as they can in Texas.
|Our Waffle House visit.|
All photos today were once again taken with my phone. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed your visit.
|Today we journey to the beach/picnic area.|
Until next time.... take care, be safe,