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Old 03-13-2022, 10:09 AM   #151
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Palo Duro past week. Wind chill was 0 degrees. Here is a shot trying to cook breakfast and fight the wind. The zipline place had a sign that said they will open in September of 22




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When I was there is was 115*f and no wind.
We stayed long enough to leave .
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Old 03-13-2022, 02:28 PM   #152
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I must say, Buescher State Park is very, very pretty. Not much to do except hike and bike, which is fine with the wife.

I saw that post above about Guadalupe State Park and the fishing to be done, so maybe I need to look at that one for another time.
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Old 03-13-2022, 08:02 PM   #153
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Had a blast today fishing. My boy caught a pretty good trout.
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They’re open, we zip lined today before going down into the canyon. It’s just jaw dropping country. We hiked about 6 miles today, and are going to the lighthouse, Goodnight Peak, Big Cave, and Rock Garden in the next couple days…Panhandle plains Museum on Wed.


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Great to hear yall got to do it. Maybe they closed for the weather. We went to the one right outside the gate.
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Old 03-13-2022, 10:37 PM   #156
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If you end up liking Palo Duro, you should check out Caprock Canyon State Park. It is similar to Palo, just smaller scale and a lot less people. They have some really good hiking trails there, and a small lake to fish.
x2. We stayed at both parks last year on our trip. Enjoyed the bison as well.

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Old 03-13-2022, 10:49 PM   #157
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Has anyone been to Copper Breaks State Park? Pictures look pretty good and they have a nice looking 60 acre lake to fish, and some hiking too.
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Old 03-13-2022, 10:51 PM   #158
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They’re open, we zip lined today before going down into the canyon. It’s just jaw dropping country. We hiked about 6 miles today, and are going to the lighthouse, Goodnight Peak, Big Cave, and Rock Garden in the next couple days…Panhandle plains Museum on Wed.


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Enjoy your trip. We had a good time there last year. Trails were closed do to all the rain they got when we were there. Finally going to pick up our trailer tomorrow morning after the hail damage from Palo last spring.
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We’ve had a wonderful time so far, but to top it off my wife’s aunt and uncle called tonight and told us they had a surprise. He won 2 suite tickets to George Strait next Sunday at the HSLR, but they’re gonna be in Maryland for some reason so they’re giving them to us!

OMG I am SO excited now.
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Old 03-14-2022, 08:19 AM   #160
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Had a blast today fishing. My boy caught a pretty good trout.

Good going, dad. He looks mighty proud of that fish.
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They’re open, we zip lined today before going down into the canyon. It’s just jaw dropping country. We hiked about 6 miles today, and are going to the lighthouse, Goodnight Peak, Big Cave, and Rock Garden in the next couple days…Panhandle plains Museum on Wed.


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This is on our list for next spring early. I'd like to do both parks. Not sure we would be into the zipline thing though.
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This is on our list for next spring early. I'd like to do both parks. Not sure we would be into the zipline thing though.

Do so before it gets hot…I can’t even imagine how hot it gets down there in the summertime. We hiked about 7 miles today including “The Rock Garden”, and I’m beat….but I could never get tired of looking at this place.






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Do so before it gets hot…I can’t even imagine how hot it gets down there in the summertime. We hiked about 7 miles today including “The Rock Garden”, and I’m beat….but I could never get tired of looking at this place.






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Bucket list for sure!
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Bucket list for sure!

Man you GOTTA do it, and do it while you can still cover some ground on foot with your boys! My pictures suck and the wind filling the sky with dust isn’t helping, but it’s beautiful, rugged, country. The best parts are seen on foot, but I’d love to do this with horses, and I don’t like horses. I can’t go 2 minutes without thinking of Charlie Goodnight, Col Makenzie, or Quannah Parker hunting or hiding in this crazy place. It’s a Texas History nerd’s dream.


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Old 03-15-2022, 09:25 AM   #165
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Had a blast today fishing. My boy caught a pretty good trout.
How was the park? Is it right on the river with good access? Is it a parking lot park with no trees or are the spots kinda spaced out with some shade? Sorry for all the questions but I'm always looking for a good place on the river and can't stand the parking lot type places that have you crammed in like sardines and no shade.
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Old 03-15-2022, 04:35 PM   #166
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The RV park isn’t right on the river but you have private river access right down the road. Most of the lots are fairly spaced out, primarily spots 1-50ish. They are not as spaced out as a COE park but not a parking lot either.
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Old 03-15-2022, 05:32 PM   #167
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We made reservations for Tyler state park for early April. Always wanted to go up that way.
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Old 03-15-2022, 06:02 PM   #168
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We did the Lighthouse hike today, crowded but worth it. I’m sore, and I’m done hiking for the trip.










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Great stuff Moser! I’m adding that park to the list. Should take delivery of the new to us fifth wheel next Monday. Can’t wait to take it out. Bravos bend is nice and we do jellystone in the summer. What else is a good stop within a couple hours of Magnolia for a maiden voyage?


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Dale what park is that? Somehow I missed it.
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Old 03-15-2022, 08:24 PM   #171
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Looks like there is a 2'x3' TBH flag in the merch tab. Wish the had one just a little smaller. Might just order the one they have. It's on sale for $35
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All the pics are in Palo Duro State Park, but we’re camping at Canyon Rim RV park, right outside the gates to the state park.


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Epic trip and good info on the park, state parks don’t usually work for us
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All the pics are in Palo Duro State Park, but we’re camping at Canyon Rim RV park, right outside the gates to the state park.


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Epic trip and good info on the park, state parks don’t usually work for us

This little park is no prize, but it does have full hookups, zip line, and it’s 200yds from the state park entrance. The wind blows hard up here, but it’s pretty nice tonight. The park is jaw dropping, it’s been a great trip.


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This little park is no prize, but it does have full hookups, zip line, and it’s 200yds from the state park entrance. The wind blows hard up here, but it’s pretty nice tonight. The park is jaw dropping, it’s been a great trip.


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We don’t require prize winning, just somewhere we fit in
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We don’t require prize winning, just somewhere we fit in

You’re jeep will be perfect for checking out the canyon, top off, and take turns driving. Ive wanted to come here for 30 years, but it was actually the women of our crew who booked it. I was afraid they and the kids would get bored way before I did. But every time we get ready to “check out” a trail, I’m looking at the kids backs before I can restock my backpack with water, and strap it on. The boys have absolutely eaten it up, I think those little *******s could walk right off the map if I wasn’t slowing them down…


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It was pretty warm today, so after 6 miles we took the kids down to the river to cool off while we had some beers. Snoop jumped right in and jumped out like a mullet! He said “dad why is this water so cold?” I said “because it was snow 4 days ago!”



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It was pretty warm today, so after 6 miles we took the kids down to the river to cool off while we had some beers. Snoop jumped right in and jumped out like a mullet! He said “dad why is this water so cold?” I said “because it was snow 4 days ago!”



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Old 03-16-2022, 11:09 PM   #181
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Heck yeah epic trip there Mr Moser.

That area is definitely on our list. I want to go to the observatory and nerd out on space stuff and get some night time pics in a dark sky park.

I bet the views at night are incredible with no light pollution.


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Heck yeah epic trip there Mr Moser.

That area is definitely on our list. I want to go to the observatory and nerd out on space stuff and get some night time pics in a dark sky park.

I bet the views at night are incredible with no light pollution.


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What you’re talking about is more Big Bend than here. We’re 15 miles south of Amarillo, and we’ve had big moons, so not great stars.

I want to go to big bend now more than ever.


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Sealed the deal and brought home the new to us RV upgrade today. 2017 Raptor 355ts. Big difference from the RV queen one bedroom work and play with no slides.




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Great pics showing how the Lighthouse really is, Dale. Thanks.

Bob, nice rig.

Sitting here in Brazos Bend SP this morning. Got here yesterday before the bad weather started and now waiting on what will likely be the heaviest rain since we got here. I haven't unloaded the truck yet but will once the rain clears. Supposed to be beautiful the rest of the week.


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We like that park Bill. It’s booked solid on the weekends it seems.


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Camped there couple times its great and it looks like yall had a blast. Its a pretty good hump for me from San Antonio but worth it. Our last trip there it snowed and it gave the place a whole other look.

This coming weekend we headed to South llano State park. Never been there even though its only 2 hours from my house.

Two weeks ago we camped at Goliad State Park. Pretty cool with a lot of history. Nice park was not crowded at all.
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We like that park Bill. It’s booked solid on the weekends it seems.

Yeh, it's pretty popular. I made this reservation back in December and we camp during the week.


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Camped there couple times its great and it looks like yall had a blast. Its a pretty good hump for me from San Antonio but worth it. Our last trip there it snowed and it gave the place a whole other look.

This coming weekend we headed to South llano State park. Never been there even though its only 2 hours from my house.

Two weeks ago we camped at Goliad State Park. Pretty cool with a lot of history. Nice park was not crowded at all.

S. Llano River SP is our favorite park. It is the park that made us begin thinking of buying a travel trailer. We will be there in May. Enjoy.
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Yeh, it's pretty popular. I made this reservation back in December and we camp during the week.





S. Llano River SP is our favorite park. It is the park that made us begin thinking of buying a travel trailer. We will be there in May. Enjoy.

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OK went to South Llano River State Park. I don't think I have ever seen drier country. One spark and that place will explode. No leaves on any trees and powder for dirt. We had a good time, just relaxing, did a couple hikes. Dang big park that's for sure.
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You ever heard that saying about dogs looking like their owners….


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That's a nice park for sure, hopefully the water is flowing enough in the river not to be stagnant.

Watching the front cross the state this morning I was hoping that area would at least get a splash, but it appears to have been skipped. Sadly enough.
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OK went to South Llano River State Park. I don't think I have ever seen drier country. One spark and that place will explode. No leaves on any trees and powder for dirt. We had a good time, just relaxing, did a couple hikes. Dang big park that's for sure.
Looks like site 046. It's feast or famine there as far as the rain goes it seems. Glad y'all had a good time.


We will be there end of May. Hope they get some rain before then.



How is the new visitor's center coming along?
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Looks like site 046. It's feast or famine there as far as the rain goes it seems. Glad y'all had a good time.


We will be there end of May. Hope they get some rain before then.



How is the new visitor's center coming along?
I was amazed at how big the park is and lots of remote camping. Very very dry need rain bad.
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Anyone mount a Dish traveler pro 1000 on top of their RV? If so, could y’all post some pics? Would like to see how cables are ran
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Anyone mount a Dish traveler pro 1000 on top of their RV? If so, could y’all post some pics? Would like to see how cables are ran

Any of these I have seen are portable and not mounted. Too much chance of trees blocking the satellite path otherwise I would think.
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Any of these I have seen are portable and not mounted. Too much chance of trees blocking the satellite path otherwise I would think.
It’s to big and heavy, wineguard says only to roof mount
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First I have ever seen of that one. No help here.
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