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... have been an
accident waiting to happen. Had a funny conversation to the lady who
had no idea what I was talking about. I gave the state and highway
and that we had seen a sign that said Mile marker 48. She had no idea
what that meant. So ensued a back and forth while I tried to describe
signs that are on every highway in USA, giving you the miles to the
state line so you can keep up with where you are. Apparently my
description wasn't very good and ...
Today's the day we decided we would make it rich. Fort Worth to Crater of Diamonds State Park. Story goes about this park is it is a volcanic crater where public can fossick for diamonds and what you find, you get to keep. Aah well, may as well give it a go and hey, what is the worst that could happen, we find nothing but have a good time finding nothing! GPS tells us we will be there in four hours, Yep, ...
11:30 am Well, we have not made it out of Texarkana yet. Developed some sort of an issue with the radiator. Noticed it a little bit last night, went to the auto parts store today got some coolant to top it off. But now is just flowing out. So we are sitting out in front of a Meineke car care, the trailers unhooked, and the truck is in the garage getting checked out. We will see. 12:30 truck needs ...
Made our way to Texarkana Texas today. Little warm. About 90. Little high humidity. We will move on to Abilene tomorrow. Nothing real eventful full has occurred, probably the most notable event is I lost my locking gas cap. Dumbass! So going to be hunting down an AutoZone tomorrow to get a replacement, pick up some anti-freeze, and motor oil. Oh, did have an interesting thing happen this morning. When unhooking the electricity water and sewer, I noticed a ...
... a car wash, got the car relatively clean and then drove through Queen City and Atlanta. Queen City is nothing, but Atlanta is a bigger city and the downtown area has more open business than any of the other small towns we have visited. They also have a Historical Museum, but it was lunch time and so of course it was closed!
Back "home" I laid down for a while, headache, and Bob read and napped. When I got up, we played a couple of games of Yahtzee, ...