Baymont Inn & Suites Decatur
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The first day and 500 miles behind us. The objective was to get past Dallas and I'm glad I did. We ended up at a roadside campground that I was able to pull right in and leave the car hitched. Just plugged in, turned on the A/C and hit the bed.
The travel has been good so far. Texas roads are a bit worse than Louisiana but traveling through Dallas is not for a novice especially in motorhome.
Looking forward to New Mexico. The planned stop is a town called Santa Rosa.
... and found one named Lance. My granddaughter kept going back to Lance "I like Lance" she said several times. My granddaughter decided to leave a trinket shed just purchased at his headstone, poking it into the ground. She also had picked some wildflowers to leave on her Great, Great grandmothers grave.
I also knew that there was a baby Robert who died only a few months after my great-grandmother, but, we could not find his grave.
We returned ...
... to celebrate St. Patrick's Day at all. Time moves on...
Instead, I'm in our 30 ft. RV in Azle, Texas parked outside of a VFW post on one of two no-show days. We're on a bit of a layover until our next show in Krum, Texas. We were supposed to have our new tent by now and the two days off were meant for learning how to put up and take down the tent. But the tent isn't here yet so we simply had the days off. Not great for making money but since ...
... way from the plane, ice on the conveyor belt bringing up the bags, Eight bags came off at a time, and then it would freeze. One hour later, we had our bags. Now it's out to find a taxi. Taxis would only pick you up if they were heading in your direction. There were 8-10 people sharing taxis, mostly to downtown Dallas or Fort Worth. There were no shuttles to the hotels, there were no shuttles to ...
... little more than a cloak, a hat, a walking stick, and a few scallop shells, the sign of the trail. To keep up the history of the path, villages, churches, and monasteries grew up along the trail that nightly open their doors to tired pilgrims. Today the trail is much the same. Travelers, artists, photographers, journalists, walk the trail as a part of their life journey.
I first heard of the pilgrimage through ...