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Old 07-14-2013, 01:28 PM   #15
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Lazy L&L Campgrounds on the banks of the Guadalupe river--just north of New Braunfels Texas. Rarely gets below 40 in the winter, no snow, and great people--close to Austin and San Antonio for flights in/out. Cant beat the Texas Hill Country, not as warm as south Texas [the valley] but none of the wind or plastic bags either.

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You need a bit more variety than a 40F barrier can provide. Humidity is the enemy of my old bones, and the SW offers low humidity and very acceptable temps in beautiful places.

Examples in AZ: Yuma, Casa Grande, Tucson, Benson.

If you google "rvparkreviews, city, state"
you may be surprized.

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Old 07-15-2013, 08:29 PM   #17
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It's the change in barometric pressure that really gets me (other than this horrible cold rain sleet snow sleet rain crap that we get up here! )

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