Baymont Inn & Suites Wichita Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Arrived in Wichita Falls at 6 pm
- Traveled 224.06 miles, it cost $41.75
- Staying at my cousin Georges house for 4 days free of charge
- He is paying me 200 dollars just to babysit his four kids while he goes out of town
- I took the kids to Lake Arrowhead State Park in Texas, the entree fee was 3 dollars a person
- We saw horses and went fishing
- I took them swimming in the lake as ...
Slept in since we went to bed late. Drove over to the Oklahoma truck stop for breakfast. This time we took photos at the border signs. I ordered a stack of 3 pancakes with maple syrup and was surprised to receive pancakes as large as a dinner plate and really thick. Could only eat half. All our meals were really cheap. Took Linda June back to her house ...
... she had any recommendations on places to see in West Texas so that we could make a one night stop. Her response was basically what I expected: No. Nothing. She checked with her sister, who had lived in Texas more recently, and got the same response. We had contemplated heading to Big Bend and Carlsbad, but after hearing about a nuclear leak in Carlsbad (and also just wanting to get out ...
... in a small car). Tomorrow morning we will put the home away and head on out.....hopefully to stop and watch the super bowl, never can tell...Looks like maybe a 14 hour drive, going to be funny not doing it in the motor home. Camp ground we are at seems to be real nice, not been able to see to much of it, to busy taken care of the home. So until tomorrow we will CYA down the ...
Apparently, there is an old Texan rhyme, which I can relate to:
The sun has shone, the sun has set
We are still in Texas yet
Various people had told me that Texas is vast but you can't really imagine it until you're driving through. I'm not even taking the widest crossing through the Lone Star state but it doesn't seem to end. The drive to Wichita Falls ...