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Travel Blogs from Salado
... the lookout for Natty Flats. We found it after driving about five miles on 281. Natty Flats is a collection of old looking buildings and one very large cedar rocking chair (see picture). Two of the buildings are restaurants, one is a rustic furniture store and one is a mill where they cut the wood for the furniture. We were not the only ones there, there were four RVs and occupants from OR. The rocking chair ...
This week, I decided that I would not let last week defeat me but I would not be quite a bold. So, I planned to go out 7.5 miles and straight back...no matter where I was at 7.5.
Again, I made Russell in good time. It was hard going after Russell. I stopped again at the water refill at Russell and rested for about 15 minutes before heading back to Tejas.
I saw more people today than I have ever seen on ...
... excited. It would be nice if he could meet the Gourds somehow tonight.
Just got back from Clem's BBQ. I had beef and sausage covered in BBQ sauce with pinto beans and macaroni on the side. Good Texas grub but...Oink Oink.....real big lunch. If you look at the provided video you will see why Doug did not sit at the table with me. They got stuffed animals everywhere these Texans. Anyway Doug and I might try to have an afternoon sleeps to make sure tonight ...
... but he was sick. Kathy didn't answer her phone so I called Michael. He found it on his GPS and rescued me. For $7. But I am not discouraged. I came home, took a refreshing shower and actually feel pretty good. In Spain, the trails are easier and it won't be 100. I'm fine. I'm thinking of taking the train to Gibraltar when I finish. I've always wanted to see it and I think that I will want to be ...
... Davidson has a wonderful display of old motorcycles. People are awesome.
The scenery is a bit different from Oklahoma and Missouri. We see many ranch entrances, steel gates, but few cattle. Goat and sheep farms seem to be prevalent which explains the sign we saw for a "BBQ goat cook off" hmm..... On route 190/183/84 West Texas we see some Santa Gertrudis, know ...
Other places to stay in Salado
714 College Hill, Salado | B&Bfrom $115
402 N. Main, Salado | B&Bfrom $85
901 Center Circle, Salado | B&Bfrom $90
307 North Main Street, Salado | 2 star b&bfrom $122
2290 FM 2268, Salado | B&Bfrom $145