So took the whole day to relax on Monday the 24th and then on the 25th hooked up and drove to the KOA in Lafayette, LA.
Since I had already been in Lafayette a week ago I didn’t go out and do much this time around. Only stayed one night and then drove to Rusk, TX.
I was surprised on this drive because I didn’t realize that there was a National Forest in Southeast Texas. The Angelina National Forest is beautiful. I’ll have to find a way to make it down here and stay in Rusk a little longer.
I really liked the Rusk KOA. Well laid out park that is sorta isolated. Had no problems with internet connectivity while I was there. Had pretty sunsets and there was a caravan of GMC classics holding a rally here. These RV’s were only produced from 1972 to 1978.
Again I only stayed here for one night. This is the first leg of my RV journey where I only stayed for one night at successive places. I’ve been driving for a day, take a day off, drive for a day. Again sticking to my 250 – 300 miles a day limit. I think this is a sign that I’m getting a little healthier and that the stress of driving this big rig is taking less of a toll.
The final leg of my journey was to drive up to Lake Eufaula. Stayed a night there and then Friday morning hooked up and dropped the trailer off to have the awning on the RV fixed.