Soldier Creek Resort & Marina
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Well today was the official end of our vacation and adventure. We now have to get into rally mode. Even though we arrived in Durant yesterday, today we did the tourist bit one more time.
DDE was born in Denison, TX which is about 25 miles north of here. Each time we have driven past this area, I thought that the big head was where the birthplace so this afternoon we drove back into TX. We drove back to where the head is located only to ...
... this box popping up asking for my password, when I put it in and hit OK, it comes back again and again suggesting that it is not correct. I know it is since I use the same password to get into my mail from the Time Warner website, soooooooooooooooooo what to do, what to do.
Tomorrow we pack up and head to Carthage, MO. Then Tuesday into the fairgrounds in Sedalia, MO. So not sure if I will post tomorrow night or ...
... re also watching/listening to the TV still trying to figure out how to get the stupid thing to work correctly!! We've even tried watch DISH ANYWHERE, but keep getting this message that the receiver at home is not connected to the internet. Guess we'll have to have Rodney check it and see and we don't have the right cables to hook the laptop to the TV.
Today we did a little sight seeing. 2 yrs ago when we came this way from Sedalia, ...
We left Marble Falls about 9 am. The drive up to Durant was supposed to be about 6 hours, by the GPS directions, but since Bob doesn't like driving anywhere near Dallas, I looked at a map and decided we should follow a different route. But I get ahead of myself.
Our first stop was to be Walmart in Marble Falls to gas up. Bob was driving the coach and I drove the car with the plan to hook-up after filling up. We pulled into Walmart and parked to pull into the ...
... squash grow they help to keep the moisture in the soil for the corn during the hot summer months. These plants are the 3 sisters and a festival is held for them when all 3 have germinated. Another story is handed down concerning the high pole with a red fish on it in the middle of the grass common. A long time ago the children were playing on the grass and an eagle swooped down and carried off a crawling baby! The people threw stones at it but to no ...