Americas Best Value Inn - Bossier City / Shreveport
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Well, I-10 and I-12 are in no better shape than last trips. It's like riding a roller coaster for 2 hours. Luckily I-49 was much better. We took I-49 North to line up with Hwy 380 in Texas. This is a small 2 lane highway to nowhere. Roswell, The Very Large Array, Valley of the Fires and the Painted Desert are accessible from this road.
Tuesday, May 19th... I have been looking forward to this day for quite a while and now it's here and the 2015 trip has begun. Not perfectly... found out there is a major leak in the cab-over part of the camper and there is a small pool of water under the mattress. Don't know how long it's been leaking, but there is no mildew ...
... garden. Many of the beds were completely empty of rose plants. Others were almost overrun with weeds. In others the rose bushes were overgrown and leggy. Grass clippings were on the sidewalks which were often cracked and chipped. There were gardens identified as test gardens that had no plants.
Interesting note: Winston-Salem Rose Society has ...
Well, it looks like a rainy day today. There is rain with thunder storms forecast. Well, it's spring. We’re staying in to wash clothes and make some changes in travel plans. We’re cutting out a couple of stops and getting to Asheville a bit earlier. We’ll return to Durham at the same time however.
It rained intermittently all day. The weather people are warning of ...
We had an uneventful day of travel under gray skies, but without rain. We left the campground in Arlington after 9:00 am so most of the traffic had thinned. We drove along without many problems. Most of the drive was through rural areas of East Texas. We watched the roadside change from low vegetation and highway directional signs to a few farms and ranches. ...