The Brickhouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... all you can eat catfish and shrimp. So off we went. We had to look for it even though the town of Cushing is one street wide. Other than the post office, I think the restaurant is the only other business open. Along with the catfish and shrimp, you get FF, hush puppies, pinto beans, slaw and banana pudding for dessert. It was pretty good and the building was interesting.
Today we took a train ride. Rusk is the home of the Texas State Railroad. The railroad ...
... get a few holes in.
We have a very nice site here. It's shady. We have a concrete patio with a picnic table. The only negative is we can't put out the main awning, but then since it's shady, we don't really need the awning. Haven't tried the pool yet, but we definitely will several times before we leave here. And talk about small world, the manager here was stationed with 54th Eng in Wildflecken, Germany. ...
... the town itself is almost as old as the USA, guess we couldn't have the original buildings.
After walking around for a bit, we got back in the car and drove around looking at different
buildings. By then it was time to head back "home" and get ready for dinner.
After dinner we took a trip to DQ for some ice cream because we didn't go yesterday when we said we would.
Tomorrow we pack up and head for Rusk, TX and a few days of ...
... was different than the missionaries I heard when I was a child. I always thought that missionaries went wherever they were told to go, but this woman only wanted to go to Paraguay and on her terms even though she repeatedly applied to global Ministries for assignments. It took about 20 years for her to become a missionary on her terms. Guess everything finally fell into place. Anyway, it was a little different.
After church ...
For those keeping tabs of our stops, mark off Zavalla, Hanks Creek. As we were driving south on 59, a truck passed and a rock hit the windshield. It is only a 1/4 chip, but the cracks have already started. At this time we were getting close to the cut off for US 96, which would have taken us to Zavalla. So we stayed on US 59 and headed for Nacogdoches instead.
Actually it was an accident that we didn't make the turn, We came up to the ...
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