Turquoise Trail Campground And RV Park
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... in Fort Worth, Texas (a self-described city-gal) moved to the Texas panhandle. The land is flat and they use what resources they have for entertainment. She was invited to participate in cow bingo. She wondered, "what the heck is cow bingo." The response - they mark off a field in squares and people pick a square. You might have guessed - the winner is the square that gets the first cow patty. I love hearing about unusual local customs.
the way home – mostly sleeping to rest up from our trip. It was nice to
get home and see our puppies, but we definitely miss Hawaii and
everything about it!
... you don't know what a bully barn is, it's a storage shed!! It was so creative on their part to provide rooms that were large storage sheds!! We met a really nice couple, Larry and Karen, who had been coming to these hot springs for 15 years. Charles worked there and was this really genuine and sweet man who looked 50 but was really 70. He was a great representative for the springs and made you feel right at home.
See you soon in sunny Mexico ! Hasta luego amigos and ...
... with clean clothes. The airline provided a Dopp kit with basic toiletries, too.
Dinner at the Apples Restaurant was quite nice. It is a top-rated restaurant in Hamburg; number one on tripadvisor.com when I looked, and located inside the hotel, so it is perfect for a first night abroad. Then it is early to bed since we did not get much sleep on the plane. Hamburg is eight hours ahead of Albuquerque. ...
... on the interstate for the next day or so until we get into Arizona. Hopefully Gord will feel better by then. There’s a Camping World store we may just have to stop at a few miles up the road. Gord’s “aka quilt shop”!! God forbid they hand him a basket to fill when he walks in the door. I haven’t even been to one quilt shop in the states yet. Soon!!.