I hope you will not kick me out of your reader.
But for the sake of completeness and writing posts in chronological order, I kneed to write this post. This post will cap off our Yellowstone trip – which ended with us coming home from Dallas.
With that said, let’s get things underfoot.
Dallas to Texarkana, TX
195 miles. We stayed at the Rocky Point (Wright Patman Dam) campground. This place was okay. We paid $13 for the night and had full hook ups. The campground was undergoing some clean up as there were loops closed and lots of tree limbs being cleaned up. I’m not sure what the story was, but the campground was pretty empty.
Texarkana, TX to Hot Springs, AR
128 miles. Here we spent the night at Lake Catherine State Park. We really liked the park.
Since we arrived early enough in the day, we took a hike to a waterfall. The trail head for this hike was located at the edge of the campground. It was a delightful hike which included going over a suspension bridge. Also, along the way was a bench overlooking the water with stone steps leading down to the water. We would like to visit Lake Catherine State Park again and spend more time exploring the Hot Springs area.
Hot Springs, AR to Greenville, MO
287 miles. Here we stayed at one of our favorites – Greenville Recreation Area. This is a COE campground, and we paid a whopping $12 for a pull through site with full hook-ups.
Greenville, MO to Home in St. Charles, MO
141 miles. Home Sweet Home. Here we arrived to flowers blooming in our outdoor planters and a happy cat, thanks to our friends and neighbors. It had been a long journey, but we made it back home safely. Thank you, Lord.