Inn of Many Faces
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... well as World Champion Cowboys including Lane Frost (the subject of the movie 8 SECONDS). We didn't know anything about some of these things until I picked up some information here at the campground once we returned. We did know about the Frisco Depot Museum, but it is closed on Sunday. Oh well, maybe next time we're in this area.
So off we continued to Paris, TX where we went in search of the "Eiffel ...
... stopped at an Amish store here in OK. Bob thought it was close to here, but I think it is closer to the border in the north-east. Anyway, today we drove to Atoka in search of this particular store. We didn't find it, so we turned around and came back toward Durant. We were in search of a historic fort (Fort Washita) but I couldn't find any directions. We saw a sign for Caddo, "an antique town on the buffalo trail" so we decided to stop. Not much ...
... on 281 without stopping at Natty Flat. If you have never been there, it isn't much, but it is home to the world's largest cedar rocking chair. They also have an eating place which serves some very, very good BBQ brisket (not as good as Brian's, however). So after stretching, emptying and filling up, we were back on the road.
We got onto I-20 and headed for Fort Worth area. The GPS wanted us to take 20 to I-30 then through Forth Worth and by DFW and another ...
... the rain got heavier. This town is on the bucket list for next time.
Rained all day and we mostly stayed on back roads instead of the interstate for the first half. Once we realized that the rain was not going to let up we hopped on the interstate and headed south towards Dallas.
... Bottom line, this little old lady had a touch of Alzheimer's. We were just happy to that we could help her out.
While in the Fort Worth area, it was a wonderful opportunity to check-in with my old childhood buddy again. We met previously in 2010 when we came through Texas on our first RV trip. Some 40+ years ago [scary to look at that number] Roger and I became close friends, growing up in rural central Wisconsin. He lived on ...