Larry and Linda Pearson are trying to visit all of the Texas State Parks before they retire. You can check out their progress at Camping In Texas.
Pacific Beach Family Reunion was a success again in 2007.
We went back to Alaska in June 2007. Catch up with us here.
Three new parks over Spring Break 2007. Fort Richardson State Park and State HIstoric Site, Dinosaur Valley State Park, and Meridian State Park are each within 80 miles of Fort Worth. Did I mention that we went to Fossil Rim Wildlife Center?
An oldie but goodie, Blanco State Park over Christmas 2006.
New parks, old parks. All during Labor Day week. Buckhorn Lake Resort, Lake Colorado City State Park, Big Spring State Park, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.
The annual family reunion at Pacific Beach Washington was a huge success. See the 2006 Pacific Beach pictures here.
We checked out Government Canyon State Natural Area on a lark. It was to hot to hike. We did a drive by.
Linda put together the most incredible Alaskan Vacation for June 2006.
In February, 2006, Larry and Linda flew over the big pond and spent a week in Dublin, Ireland.
Over a long weekend in January 2006, Linda and Larry caught up with friends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Over the 2005 Chrismas holiday, we visited Monahans Sandhills State Park, Davis Mountains State Park, The Museum Of The Big Bend, Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, Fort Davis National Historic Site, and the McDonald Observatory. On the way home, we stopped overnight in Junction at the KOA and drove through South Llano River State Park.
Over the 2005 Thanksgiving holiday, we visited two parks. Seminole Canyon and Garner.
The Pacific Beach family gathering was a smashing success! The Pacific Beach pictures can be found here.
Another Hawaiian trip. This time to Maui for a week. Check out Hawaii here.
Linda and Larry spent the Fourth of July in St. Louis with family. Check it out at family photos.
Lubbock in June can make for a very nice weekend. Buddy Holly, Windmills, and old ranch houses can all be found inside the Lubbock city limits.
In May, Larry and Linda flew in and out of Shannon, Ireland. They made their Irish base in Galway. They went to Kinvarra to check out Dunguaire Castle. They also got on a tour bus and saw Connemara and Kylemore Abbey.
We spent a lovely weekend at Lost Maples State Natural Area. This Hill Country park is quite the place in the spring. See why.
It had been almost four months since our last camping trip. We went back to Guadalupe River State Park and got wonderful spring weather.
While on a business trip to Dallas, Larry got to tour the ranch made famous by the hit television show Dallas - South Fork Ranch.
For Linda's birthday, Larry and Linda went to a George Jones concert in Joliet Illinios.
Larry and Linda went to California's Monterey Bay area. While in California, they visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Hearst Castle, Elephant Seals, Rock Springs Ranch, San Juan Bautista State Historic Park, and 17-Mile Drive.
Larry and Linda spent their Christmas 2004 vacation camping. They first went to Goose Island State Park and enjoyed a genuine White Christmas. Then they moved South to Mustang Island State Park. While staying at Mustang Island State Park, they rode the Port Aransas Ferry, visited the USS Lexington Aircraft Carrier, visited the Texas State Aquarium, and drove around the Padre Island National Seashore park. Then they moved inland to Goliad State Park.
A trip during mid-September 2004 took Larry and Linda to the Washington State coast. They stayed at the Quinault Beach Resort & Casino just outside of Ocean Shores. There was a family reunion in Pacific Beach, Washington. The reunion location was two blocks away from Pacific Beach State Park.
Larry and Linda spent Labor Day 2004 weekend at South Llano River State Park with Buzz and Francyne.
Larry and Linda had an extended two week trip to visit with family in St. Louis over the 2004 Fourth of July. They visited Stephen F. Austin State Park, Atlanta State Park, Branson KOA, Branson, Missouri, Mickey Gilley Theatre, The Shoji Tabuchi Show, Sundermeier RV Park, Katy Trail State Park, The South Main Historic District, Belle Starr South Recreation Area, Eisenhower State Park, Eisenhower Birthplace State HIstoric Site, and Cleburne State Park.