BEST WESTERN Franklin Inn & Suites
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... where we had a reservation for the night. It was late enough that when we passed through Fort Worth, the traffic was still thick but moving fairly well.
It was late by the time we made it to the hotel, and we were ready for the break. It's a long drive across Texas.
Checked in to the rv park and gentleman working the desk actually was from Owensboro. Hadn't lived there for a while but knew of moonlight BBQ. Small world. Rode metro bus ($1.20) to river walk and went to Rita's and had 6 oz margerita followed by a 32oz texas margerita. Had sour cream chicken enchiladas and guacamole that was made by our waiter at our table. Yum ...
... riding, bushwalking, basketball, soccer and an open fire for cold nights. There are plenty of sites cleared for 'trailers' and tents.
On the way to the camp Jo had remarked that she was interested in seeing 'what Texan people really eat' and breakfast was the beginning.
Pancakes, breakfast sausage patties, toast, cereal, fresh fruit...nothing too different I'd say.
The morning program was three studies (9, 10 and 11am) with lunch ...
... to finally say I've been to Texas, until we hit traffic. It took us 2 hours just to skirt the city. The roads are shaped like a spider web and we were definitely trapped like flies. They are continuing some monstrous highways as you will see in my pictures. The city itself has clusters of high rises. It took me awhile to figure that out. We were never actually downtown, but passed through several high rise areas. I ...
... New Orleans the Friday after Thanksgiving and headed west. I wasn't sure where I was going, torn between going directly to New Mexico where I know people, or stopping at a ranch in Texas. The gay ranch won. On my way there I drove through a storm that was dumping lots of rain, at times the windshield wipers couldn't go fast enough for me to see. I cranked up the stereo with Janis singing Me and Bobby McGee. Took me longer to get to the ranch because of the storm, but ...