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Old 07-19-2008, 02:38 PM   #1
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We're going to be traveling through Texas, from El Paso to San Antonio in February of next year. I'm looking for suggestions for stopping points and RV Parks to stay at along the way. We don't need to stay exactly on I-10, we can deviate off the interstate as long as it doesn't require too much criss-crossing or back-tracking. I wouldn't even mind that if diesel prices weren't so high, but since they are, we have to think about those things now.
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We're going to be traveling through Texas, from El Paso to San Antonio in February of next year. I'm looking for suggestions for stopping points and RV Parks to stay at along the way. We don't need to stay exactly on I-10, we can deviate off the interstate as long as it doesn't require too much criss-crossing or back-tracking. I wouldn't even mind that if diesel prices weren't so high, but since they are, we have to think about those things now.
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