Star Of Texas Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... have collected close to a hundred bags. Texas needs a Bottle Bill!
We hit the road about 11AM. We wanted to take a different route home so we headed for Abilene which we did not go through on the way. Abilene, Abilene, Prettiest Town I've Ever Seen....NOT! Anyway the topography changed from cotton fields to grazing ground in shrub mesquite, cactus areas to arid rocks and desert type land. Eventually we got to ...
Sorry that this is a day late. There was no wifi service at San Angelo State Park. Tom and I got up and changed yet another tire before leaving on our journey. We are getting really good at it. Maybe we have another profession that we can fall back on if the teaching gig doesn't work out. We had a nice drive up Highway 277 into San Angelo. There were two entrances into the state park and I had looked up ...
... around the trailer is a must. Well, today, we noticed that the bumper on the trailer was "broken" at the weld. Seems like our bikes on the bumper were too heavy, or the constant "bouncing" because of the rough roads was a no no. So... What's the solution? Take the bikes off. Good thing we had room in the truck. That is where the bikes will now travel for the rest of our trip. Had a good night sleep after all ...
State Capital: Austin
Important Cities: Houston, San Antonio
Year of Statehood: 1845
State Motto: Friendship
State Flower: Bluebonnet
... empty fields sucking crude out of the ground. Another very recognizable feature of Texas is brown....as in brown fields, brown grass, brown most everything that lives! That's why they have towns like Brownfield and Brownsville here. There's also a lot of farm country in good old Texas. They even have co-op gas stations and such. Wind farms seem to be springing up here as well but traditionally you can grow most anything here.
I made it into ...