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Travel Blogs from Sweetwater
... an elevation change!
According to the historical markers, it was a much larger town in the past. There aren't many houses left here now. The rv park is where the town bank once stood. The owner manged to save the bank steps. The post office is next door, so I guess you could call this area the downtown of Hermleigh.
Surrounding the town is cotton ...
... the blades of the wind generators. So imagine,
Laura is driving and giving advice on when to snap the shot and Robert
is trying to line things up. We got some great photos I believe even
would be a good advertisement for solar or wind power.
got back to Llano, began the process of getting things gathered up for
the trip to Costa Rica as well as enjoying some of the parts of Llano we
really enjoy ...
... and they had an emergency number for the ranger on call. Ranger Black answered the phone and was as nice as could be. He instructed us how to get in and where the best campsites were. We settled in and ate pizza and watched Jack the Giant Slayer. Yep. Roughing it at its finest.
The next morning Scott and I ventured down a trail. ...
When I was a child and my family would take car trips to various west coast locales, I would anthropomorphize the bobbing oil rigs into some kind of dinosaur horse getting long drinks of water.
Apparently nothing has changed. On our drive today where the mission was just to get from point A to a mid-way to point B we saw an amazing sight, wind farms.
There is no way to ...
Left early and hit the road for a non eventful trip to Dallas. Still windy a bit but no dust thank god. Got to the car storage place at about 3.30 pm and I drove the car and steve the rv out to Grapevine. Got horribly lost and so many freeways... Freaked me out. Finally found our rv park and its so lovely, feels like we are in some out of town ...