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Texas / Oklahoma riders (twisted sisters ride)

Trying to arrange time off from work to make an Oct. 21-24 ride on the sisters. Hope to reserve a 5th wheel spot on one of the campgrounds on 16 between Kerrville and Medina as a "base camp" for the weekend. Any suggestions? Names or phone numbers of recomended RV campgrounds? Beer and B-B-Q around a campfire after a hard day's ride sounds like a good time....

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Check out the Koyote Ranch, if i remember correctly it's about 3miles outside of Kerrville on 16. Also when you take 337 west from 16 you gotta stop at the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop in Leakey, They have a shop with parts and great food at the grill, the owners are super cool people.

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I have been to the Frio Motorcycle stop before, quick food and cool T-Shirts there. Looking foward to making this ride again. It has been nearly a year since I last rode the twisted sisters.

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Yeah me too, i went last august and it was too hot. Spose to gonto austin in ancouple of weeks to do lime creek. I hear it makes the sisters look lame.
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