Best Western Childress
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I'm Halfway Across the USA… greatest nation on the F-g planet.
Greetings from Quanah Texas!
Days since the last post - 69 Days
Miles since the last post - 159
Total Miles - 2116
Miles from Atlantic City - 1621 miles
Miles to Fisherman's Wharf - 1513 miles
Next Border Crossing/Distance – New Mexico 209 miles
Number of States I've Run In - 10 NY, NJ, PA, ...
Today, as we have done on the first day of many treks to Denver, we drove to Childress TX,a small town halfway between Houston and Texas. We stayed at a Quality Inn, where we have stayed before (I say this with confidence because we picked up the Wifi without entering the password). We checked in around 5:45, I had 2 gin and tonics, and then went out to Maxey's, ...
Yup we're back at the Cotton Gin RV park. It makes a nice place to stay for the night. Today was the most comfortable travel through Texas we've ever had at this time of year. Cloudy and the high temp was 75. We didn't even need AC today. Now we are sitting in Goodlett TX with the windows open watching a few gray clouds move around. Tomorrow the plan is to head for the Capulin Volcano National ...
this morning we left Albuquerque at 5am. 3am California time. so I've been pretty tired. anthony and Rhett have had some good naps. we've stopped at a couple rest stops, and in amarillo for a while. I needed coffee, and Rhett needed some distracting. we hung out at the big ...
... and I figured one of them would be my lunch destination for today. Well, I found myself awake unusually early today, so that meant breakfast instead, at the one of those two venues that had been noted for it. I hadn’t really eaten too many “interesting” breakfasts throughout this long road trip (except for those B&Bs in Canada), so I was looking forward to this treat.
You might recall the other day ...