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So what in the heck do these three totally different subjects have in common? I'm still playing catch up with my blog entries and this was the most recent places we visited before heading toward our current location.
Several of the TTs we had visited in the past need some tender loving care, but Lake Conroe has done a very nice job. First off, we liked the spaciousness of the sites. It's nice not to be on top of your neighbors for a change.
The pool area and associated buildings were very nice. During our entire 2-week stay, the pool was used very little and gave us the opportunity to do water aerobics many days.
Many nice areas to use to just sit around the pool without even going in the water.
Paul, here's a hot tub picture just for you! (Best wishes for a speedy recovery from some recent physical setbacks).
For more pictures of TT-Lake Conroe click here to view them in Google+ Albums.
The decision to use the metro worked well. One early hitch, however. We pulled into the Northline Transit Center and discovered that a parking permit was required. Of course we had none, so a quick jaunt to the adjacent Walmart lot worked great. (See Walmart's good for something besides RV parking. LOL) If you are ever in Houston and decide to travel downtown, this is the way to go. It cost just $1.25 per person each way and the ticket allows to unlimited transfers within a 3-hour period. A single day ticket can also be purchased for just $3 per person and allows unlimited travel on the bus and light rail system for the entire day. One of the better transportation deals we've found.
Thanks to Randy Warner's comment below, I added this section after writing the original blog. We almost never purchase our tickets at the ballpark, but get them ahead of time by going online. This time we used an online broker named Vivid Seats. The seats we had were $23 if you purchased them directly from the Houston Astros site. We purchased them for $3 each from Vivid Seats (and there were no additional handling fees.) We thought that was a really good find until we got to the ballpark and purchased some food. A hot dog, pretzel, and a drink for each of us cost $34. Looks like they got us back in the end!
We are also lifetime members of The Escapees RV Club. We feel that this organization is truly dedicated to the interests of RVers, and especially extended or fulltime RVers. If you have any questions about this group, please look at the link above or ask us a question in the comment section at the end of this blog.
For additional pictures on the visit to the ball park, click here.
CARE program. CARE is an acronym for Continuing Assistance for Retired Escapees. I'm not going to cut and paste information of this program here (click on the link above), but we found it to be a well administered and well conceived program.
For additional pictures on SKP Livingston, click here.
Well, we're only a couple of weeks behind in our blogging now! The next few blogs will probably include outlays of cash. Stay tuned!
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!