Annie's Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Big Sandy
... and dairy and beef cattle have all played a part in it's development. Also yams were an important cash crop until the late 1920s when a quarantine was put in place as the result of a weevil infestation. In 1935 to celebrate the Texas Centennial each county was asked to have a festival. Upshur county decided to celebrate the yam! The festival proved to be so popular that the committee decided it would take place yearly from then on. It ...
Another delightful day with my wonderful hosts Frank & Marie Wilson.
Frank needed to replace some tyres on his big trailer before lending to his friend Henry who was getting a load of hay for the upcoming winter.
Frank & I headed into nearby Vans to get the replacement tyres for his trailer and I could not pass up the opportunity to take a picture of the signs in front ...
... to the Wilson Ranch.
Frank took me on a tour of their property, we stopped off at their barn ( looks more like a 'Man Cave' with lots of sporting memorabilia and a pool table.
Back for some book reading and general relaxation - getting in some good rests before I hit the trail in a couple of days.
... for the next 3 nights.
After the ride I was welcomed into the cool of their lovely home (will get some pics tomorrow).
We chatted and looked at photos and had a very relaxing day. Even had time to read some of my book.
Marie is an avid reader - whilst Frank likes his recliner after working hard this morning in the heat.
Bye for now.
Here at Larry's for some improvements.
TV Antennae Jack o
Hepvo for shower and kitchen drain
BOL screw jacks
Fridge door facing
On the way today, we had lunch at Cotton Patch Cafe in Palestine. It was pretty ...