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A Little Piece of Country in San Antonio
A Little Piece of Country in San Antonio

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Hidden Vallian Munchkins having fun in the hay field building a hay fort

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“A Sunday well spent brings a week of content”.

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Hidden Vallians, don't forget to prepare for this short cold snap. Tonight will be cold but the following 2 nights promise low to mid 20's before San Antonio bounces back into the 60-70 degree range. If you want some tips on protecting your RV check out this informative list: http://buff.ly/2iWkKYj

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Visit this link to get a $2 off coupon. Coupon does not apply with other discounts like these: Thursday – $8 (all attendees) Friday – $8 (Senior Citizens – Age 65+) Sat-Sun – $8 (RV Club Members with Club ID) Military Pricing Regular addmission: Adults $12 Children – 13 and under-FREE Active and Retired Military $8 (with proper ID) First Responders, Police, Fire, EMS $8 (with proper ID)

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Inquiring RV minds want to know...
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A few Hints to protect your RV when a freeze below 30 is predicted: 1. Let water drip in your sink overnight. Moving water is difficult to freeze 2. Keep your bathroom and kitchen cabinets under the sink, open. The warmth from your heater will keep the pipes warm. 3. If temps are in 20's or below freezing for many hours you may want to turn off water at the faucet outside and remove hose...unless you have a hose warmer wrap on your hose. If you remove your hose use your water pump to pump water from your storage tank. If you have any other hints from your experience please add in the comments. Many may find these hints simplistic but our park has many new RVers and I'm hoping there tips will help them get through this polar blast the next 2 nights.

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A large number of RVers go south in the winter, but for those who brave the cold in their RVs...here are some good tips/

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Gift cards are a great solution but here are some more unique ideas for RVers...travelers, full timers and more.

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Looking for the best satellite TV solution for your RV. This short article outlines the options and their pros and cons.
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