BEST WESTERN Mt. Pleasant Inn
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Den heutigen Tag starteten wir mit einem Spaziergang durch Dallas. Unser erster Halt war der Dealey Platz, da wurde am 22. November 1963 President Kennedy ermordet. Wir besuchten dann auch das John F. Kennedy Memorial, welches der Architekt Philip Johnson im Jahr 1970 zu Ehren des Präsidenten errichtet hat. Weiter ging es dann vorbei an der …
Left Austin about 10am with a nice send-off from the family. Drove north up I-35 until Waco, then turned northeast. Stopped at Collins Street Bakery in Waco and got a really delicious sandwich, plus a blueberry angel food cake, and some coffee. Jumped rope for a few minutes, then continued on highway 31 (much prettier than 35). Went through Corsicana, Athens, Sulphur Springs. Short break in ...
Drove to Mt. Pleasant, TX for a quick KOA stay. Not the fanciest RV park, but it had a huge fenced dog yard.
Very nearly dropped the fifth wheel onto the truck bed. I guess I still need to use a checklist to make sure I do everything in the right order. I didn’t block the tires and the landing gear wasn’t all the way down before I opened the hitch. So I watched in horror as ...
We left Memphis Thai morning, it was so cold and took so long to get to our rest stop because we had to drive so slowly because of all the ice in the road. I pretty much slept the whole day on the coach. We stopped at this pace where we were right on the state line of two country's called Texarkana because its the state line for Texas and Arkansas. We a.s went to this parliament place in little rock Arkansas where the were all these funny ...
... to church (for the first time in a long while!) at Chris and Gladys' Episcopal church in Pittsburg. A lot of Brits have the image of Texas as being super Christian and the churches being super intimidating (which I think would be putting it nicely). However, Episcopal churches are cut from the same cloth as the Church of England (and even uses a book of common prayer and many of the same hymns) and I actually felt quite at home there :-) the priest was ...