Carroll's Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1901 S. Highway 87, Dalhart, Texas, 79022, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 1901 S. Highway 87, Dalhart.
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Texas info page

A travel blog entry by savanah77 on Nov 04, 2014

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Capital: Austin
Population: 26,059,203
Area: 268,601 square mile
Statehood: 1845
Bird: mocking jay
Flower: Bluebonnet
Motto: Friendship, Amicitia
State parks: Huston space center
2 Cities: Austin, Dalhart

In Dalhart we stopped and got gas and got some food.
That cost $36.49 on gas and $7.00 for lunch. We are going to travel 195 ...

***Texas Time***

A travel blog entry by mig15 on Nov 04, 2014

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TEXAS
The state capital is Austin
Two important cites are Dalhart and Austin
The year of statehood is 1836-1845
The state motto is Amicitia + Friendship
The state flower is bluebonnet
The state bird is mockingbird
Five significant features are University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University, Huston Space Center, Dallas World Aquarium and The Alamo.
The current population is 26,089,203
The total amount of square miles is ...

Passing through

A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 06, 2014

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steve - we left Boise and the official trail and took a detour south into texas. Not much going on as it was wide open planes with fields of cerial crops. We navigated a load of trail roads to a small town for a break and then set off for new ...

Trip to Guymon

A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Nov 10, 2013

Following Joe's suggestions for driving along a scenic route was a source of a lot of laughter. We did stop at Salt plains park. We took a nice walk and saw lots of birds and the sounds were beautiful. Lots of birds out on a big lake bed. Drove forever with nothing around. Got very low on gas and found gas station just ...

Every terrain known to mankind

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Sep 17, 2013

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... and , I'm guessing here, it's probably the liberal bastion of the US, maybe the world, given the number of artists, gallery's bead shops, native art, etc. I'll bet if I yelled "BUSH" on the main drag, I'd be stoned to death in less than 45 seconds. Sigh.

So after Taos, on Route #64, climbing again, to another 9,100 ft peak, then whooshing down the backside. This constant up and down is getting old, baby, but then it opened up when we got to Texas, to the ...