BEST WESTERN Franklin Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the river walk but disappointed it didn't have more lights turned on. Christmas lights hung from the trees but weren't turned on. Quite a few ducks and tour boats in the water. Weather was great and made for a very nice evening until we got home and saw what dammit dog had done to my blinds. Guess I should be glad it was only one window. They are getting doggie downers ...
... 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 ...
We got up late as a result of our galavanting across the Oklahoma City area. Headed straight into a CVS Medi-Center for Ry's earache. A whole week was starting to bother me. She said she was fine, but I don't like it hanging on so long. We were patient number two, but it took forever. Albeit a necessary trip. She has a bad ear infection. We got the medicine she needs and took off toward Dallas. What a mess that was.
I was ...
... Tyler, TX, where we stopped for fuel, eats, and good-bye's.
By the time my parents and I got to their house, it was 79 degrees feeling like 109.
Suzi and I traveled back to Tulsa, OK Sunday, however Suzi got to 'ride' this time.
Thank you to all for your site and eating suggestions. We were able to check out some sites ...
... 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 ...