Best Western Inn Of Jasper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- This week after working for Mr. Gerringer I made $320!
- Even though I saved up for a while before this trip I really needed more spending money
- Now I am headed to Waco, Texas so I can visit Baylor
- My tank is full and so is my tummy, I'm ready to ...
- For the next five days I am going to be working for Mr. Gerringer
- I'll be working on his farm everyday for $8 an hour
- He is even letting me stay with him for free!
- This week I will be bailing hay, hoeing corn, and cleaning out chicken coops
- Although it will be hard work, I am grateful for the opportunity
- The money I make this week is going towards paying for this ...
... trees also. The pines are the predominant species and look to mostly about eighty to a hundred feet in height. The hike was mostly on a narrow road cut years ago through the timber. It approaches some sloughs and various meadows along the way. There were LOTS of woodpeckers. The pileated woodpecker is seen here as well as anther variety.
When we got back to our site, it was STILL quiet and warm. Little traffic, either afoot or vehicular comes ...
... beautiful weather and when rain does catch us they have been mild and welcome!
... from Thornton Wilder..
"The test of an adventure is that when you're in the middle of it, you say to yourself, 'Oh, now I've got myself into an awful mess; I wish I were sitting quietly at home.' And the sign that something's wrong with you is when you sit quietly at home wishing you were out having lots of adventure."
Take Care, Do Good Work,
So Texas has the worst roads so far trekking east to west I'd have to say I prefer Louisiana Bayou Road at ngiht to East Texas pine country road in the day! It is as if the engineers herde simply mixed pots of gravfel with tar and slung thing with reckless abandon on a sandy base. I feel like i've driven on a cobblestone beach for about 30 miles. All becase better though within a few miles of Jasper, and Texas DOES seem to appreciate ...