Fall Farm, A Fine Country Inn
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... the RV around 12:00 noon! I think I actually got Randy tired, but he didn't sleep well worrying about the A/C and being so hot, so it wasn't all me!
Took lots of pictures of all the "stuff", what a place! Hope you enjoy the size of this place the pictures probably do not do it justice!
God Bless and have a safe day! Until tomorrow....
Love Randy and Betty
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 ...
... to the #1 in the world the day before, but the people were nice, and the coach is really in very nice shape! Unfortunately, Greg had started having stomach pain on the drive down, and really wasn't feeling well, so after we talked and looked at the coach for about 3 hours, we told them we were pretty serious, but just had to go find a place to sleep on it in hopes that Greg would feel better the next morning. ...
... tell him where I was. Took a hike (about 2 miles), flat, but lots of pretty foliage. Saw a turtle, a frog, and a rabbit. Put up my bed (I had brought a cot, pad, and sleeping bag) and ate dinner out of the cooler. Lots of folks were in the park, my neighbors were a youth group that sounded like they were having fun. Sat in my chair on my small front porch (where I could see the lake), read my ...
... RV! We both find it sad for us older folks who can remember this segment of history; however, the present day younger set may never hear, nor know, of the Chisholm Trail. Our initial learning of the Trail came from the old black & white TV shows back in the ‘60’s, and these are now stored away in Hollywood archival film cans—Rawhide, Maverick, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Laramie, and of course… the Wild, Wild West. Maybe those oldies will be shown as re-runs ...