Best Western Gun Barrel City Inn
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... t want to lose our golf balls in the tall grass.
The Chisholm Trail is still easy to locate..... there are markers all along the Interstates showing us the way [JK]. We find it most interesting to allow this 'cattle drive fantasy' to show us some back roads that we would not usually travel. Small towns, local cowboys, and fine little saloons with cold beers! Sure would be nice if I could sit next to some cowpolk and swap stories; he with his chuckwagon and me ...
I just couldn't wait to start blogging about our adventures in camping. This little trip to one of our favorite Texas State Parks will be the last as residents of Kemp. We will try to "find views" to earn our name and post as many pictures as possible without boring you. NO HEAVY READING. Just a lot of good pictures with ...
... we don't hear the traffic noise like we did in Gulfport. Midnight came and I can tell you that I have never heard rain, thunder and lightening as we had. Of course we are in a tin box but it sounded like it was low and right over us but in 15 minutes it was gone and the motorhome was in one piece. Our next day will also be long but we will be at our first site that will be a couple of days. ...
0600. Left early in the morning. Stopped by the local donut shop for coffee & donuts. 0930. Got to Buckee's for our first rest stop. It was crazy busy! Drive wasn't so bad. 1130. Arrived at the beach house in Freeport. Others were just arriving from the hotel too. Threw our stuff down & headed out to the water! Roster: Mom, Khoa, Lisa, Cạu 5, ...
... Match Registry. Stacy now knows the importance first hand as her husband has been battling cancer for ten years and recently had a stem cell transplant and has needed many blood products during
Cliff also rode in honor of Craig Cornish who was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma when he was 13. Craig received a marrow transplant five years ago from a donor in Germany. He has gone from having to learn to walk again to ...