Best Western Coleman Inn
Travel Blogs from Coleman
Missed a few days blog as we visited Bangs, TX Sunday evening and Monday. We had very
limited internet and cell phone signal.
Gary and Dana were military friends that we met when stationed in Germany in the late 60's. We have corresponded all these years and most recently have all been ...
We decided to give downtown Dallas (and the Dealey Plaza where JFK was shot) a miss as the weather is grey and drizzley and we just can't be bothered with the thought of diabolical traffic when the JFK thing is something that our kids wouldn’t enjoy (Kate anyway, I think Josh would). So driving through some little Texan towns today, much nicer than the spaghetti junctions and chaos of Dallas/Fort Worth. Some of ...
We are now at Mom's place on the Lake outside Brownwood, Texas. Wow! You do not realize how bad the heat and drought are until you look at the lake. It is now one foot above the lowest recorded level since it was contructed in the 30's, (16') Everyones' boat docks are out of the water. Folks who have recreation homes there have not used them for almost a year since they can't get their boats in or out of their boat docks or the ...
After spending the night in Bastrop, TX, we drove to Lake Brownwood, TX to visit Shirley's Mom and family. Since we had extended our planned stays in Yulee/Jacksonville due to a mechanical problem and in Spring, TX to hook up with Steve and Cindy, we decided that we would drop our anchor for a few days in the neighbor's yard next door to Shirley's Mom. The first evening we decided we needed a fried catfish fix, so we and ...
miles. Today was the beginning of a month of just the main trio, Lisa
and I riding and James driving the truck. It was another road day,
Our camp site however was very spooky, it was an ancient barn and
cattle pens with a paddock at the back. There were ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed