Wondering about wild grapes

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Wandering to Ft. Davis State Park

My wife bought a bag of sweet potato chips back home.  She went to get them last night and look how the bag puffed up.  Now, tell me we are not getting up in altitude.  In fact, we will be heading to Ft. Davis State Park today and it is about a mile high and the mountains even higher.  In fact, I believe that the highest place in Texas in located there.  Here is the bag picture:

OK, got to get the four slides in, everything packed up, and all hookups unhooked, so we can head out.  Even if you are only going to move this thing a few miles, you got to prepare it for the road.

It has been a pleasant stay here at Lost Alaskan RV Park and the weather has been perfectly clear.  If you are ever in this area I highly recommend it  The nights are beautiful.  Now, you have a great day and don't forget that I will have no phone or internet service where I will be for the next few days.  So don't get worried if I don't post for awhile.


  1. Somehow I keep missing a post, like yesterday's. Saw it today tho, and keep the pics coming.
    And, somehow, I thot you had to be back for races. When did you change your mind?

  2. Sorry DD a couple of corrections. You are headed to Davis Mountains State Park near the town of Fort Davis. There is no Fort Davis State Park. At the town of Fort Davis is the Fort Davis National Historic Site.
    The highest peak in Texas is Guadalupe Peak about a hundred miles north of DMSP. However Fort Davis is the highest town in Texas. Enjoy the area and don't miss the loop drive by the observatory.

  3. Just a thought I was woundering if you miss your old RV?Why I ask Dizz is when I travel I like travling light.

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  6. Did not know altitude would do that to a bag of chips...learn something new every day.

  7. Have a safe trip, and take your time enjoying all there is to see. We hope to see pictures. Don't forget to write!!

    Happy Tails, and Trails, Penny