For the last 5 weeks I’ve felt so free!!  There is a ton of flexibility park hosting, especially the parks I’ve worked.  At the same time, I LOVE having my schedule completely to myself.  That’s the main reason I left corporate in the first place. When I first moved into the RV, I was working full time at…

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When I moved from Buescher State Park to Bastrop State Park, it was only about 15 miles down the road.  Since it was close, I did a quicker job than normal packing everything up.  I now know, you have to do the same quality of packing regardless of how far you’re going.  😀  Forgot my…

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How it happened In October 2021, I stayed with my friend in Columbus at The House for a few weeks.  During my time there, she introduced me to many locals. At this point, I had only lived in the RV for about 4 months.  I had taken it to the shop for warranty work in…

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Getting Started I started my RV and Park Host journey at Lake Livingston State Park.  A group of friends and I went to Lake Livingston to “camp” for the weekend and it was the first time pulling my RV. Truck prices were out of control so my plan was to rent a truck until prices…

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About 3 weeks ago, I was getting ready to head back to Houston when I noticed a bird’s nest behind the passenger seat of the Park Host ATV.  This is a couple of weeks after I pulled the startings of a nest out from the grill of my truck. Lesson learned… keep an eye out…

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Did you know that pumpkins are not vegetables?  They are berries!  A moose is a deer. Bats aren’t blind.  Leaves are red, orange and/or yellow underneath the green!  Crows have funerals.  And dogs can talk… well, kind of. 🙂 I was recently introduced to this amazing podcast called Ologies. (Thanks Kayla!!)  And since I love…

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You are on the Discover Houston Outdoors list! You should receive your first email within 20 minutes.  In the meantime, the easiest way to discover Houston outdoors is to start hiking!  Yes, it does exist in Houston. 😀 Click here to Discover Hiking Click here to Find Events

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Did you know you can go to the Menil Collection for Free!  Bring your camera and practice your marco settings.  You can find tons of unique angles and textures. Or just stroll around and enjoy the exhibits and stop in the park for some yoga or a picnic lunch.   Here is a  list of…

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By Teresa Biggar, BCO Event Leader The East End District of Houston celebrates its rich history through public art along Harrisburg & Navigation Boulevards, and the streets in between. The most visible are the murals on buildings of many businesses. However, a keen eye will spot the artwork on bus and rail shelters, mail and…

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