Inn at the Art Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... My husband was nice enough to drive me all over looking for it. Totally worth the drive, plus, the countryside is beautiful. He said he wasn't giddy about it but I don't believe him. Who wouldn't want to see Matthew McConaughey's ranch??? Proof that people hate Midwestern weather: Our cavern tour guide was from Wisconsin and my cab driver was a retired guy from Omaha. I have to agree with ...
... the spaces became less open and we approached San Angelo. We pulled into the San Angelo KOA about 2:30. We parked and hooked up. We then cleaned the front of H/H since the "love bug" stuff can ruin the paint job. Then we relaxed, had dinner and now I'm writing this and Bob is listening to Modern Family while he plays a game on the iPad. I'm also washing some cloths so I don't have that much to do once we get home tomorrow. So that's it for tonight.
... flies seem to have gotten a legal decree to procreate and land on any camping white people with incentives to irritate them with obnoxious tactics. They've submitted a State Grant to provide more breeding areas, Which is being looked at favorably by the Democrats.
Anyway, no Monday night football for us, since the "wide open' camping spot the ranger gave us is surrounded by dense foliage, and it's not worth moving somewhere else. Screw the Jets, anyway. ...
San Angelo is a larger town than we knew. There are many oil wells along the way. We chose to take US 67 all the way home because it leads to Midlothian. Had discovered that 67 runs all the way from Presidio to northern Illinois almost to the Wisconsin border. We tried to get a campsite in the State Park ...
Leaving Lubbock and heading southeast, this will be our last day in West Texas. We are going to San Angelo, just because... We are out of the flat-lands now and in what must be the beginning of the foothills, if they have those here. The manzanita bushes are growing into trees. The roads have narrowed with the onset of plants and trees.
San Angelo is ...