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Old 03-09-2013, 10:34 AM   #11
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Last time we were out,a guy walked up with a old wanderlodge pull over one,we chatted and he asked to see inside,I showed him and he smiled and sayed ya'll are having fun....I miss that part.....
Later he showed be his newer wanderlodge.....damn it was only a few years old...wow....he prefers his 1985 wanderlodge....but the kids like the newer one.
Most older folks that are true to the lifestyle of bus'in ....really like skoolies
The new rich dumbazz's are the thorn in my side....so damn arrogant and upity
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I'm still looking around east Texas trying to figure out where we want to live next.

Does anyone know anything about Houston East RV Park in Baytown? As in are they skoolie friendly? Too soon to email them to ask. Know anything about Baytown?
just for shits & giigles I emailed that park last week and sent a picture of my bus, to see if they would let skoolies in, and I still havent heard back from them, that was a week ago well Ill wait another week, and ask them again.
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I have only had one park ever email me back within a month. That was to tell me they did not allow buses. I have one park email me back a year later and the rest seemed to ignore their emails. And this was when we had a sticks-&-staples Class C and I was asking about pet sizes as their rules were not clear on that.

One of my daughters used to live in Houston. When we go over to Socorro next month, we will ask about that side of Houston (she lived on the west side) and if she knows much about Baytown.
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