Best Western Inn Of Nacogdoches
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of the businesses. When we told her we were just visiting town, she asked us if it was by accident or on purpose. After looking around there for a bit we ventured on and stopped at the Mission Dolores. The volunteer was getting ready to close for lunch, but she let us look around the museum for a short time, then she told us of other places in the area to visit. She gave us a pamphlet on the Columbia Museum in Hemphill. We didn't even know about that, so we decided ...
... satellite pointed in the correct direction and we finally did! So now we can watch TV and hopefully won't have any further problems. We didn't visit any historic sites today, that will start tomorrow. However, we probably won't be doing as much as before. I think Bob is just about "historiced" out. There are just a few places around here that might be interesting. Since we haven't golfed since IA, maybe we'll be ...
... person. Bob called them and was told that they should be able to get to us this afternoon. So we waited and waited. Finally the worker called about 12:15 that he was on the way. Well, he didn't exactly know where he was going so Bob had to drive out to the highway and wait for him after he told him which way to go and what signs to look for. He finally arrived and it took him about 15 minutes to fix the chip. You can tell where the crack is but he said that ...
... was different than the missionaries I heard when I was a child. I always thought that missionaries went wherever they were told to go, but this woman only wanted to go to Paraguay and on her terms even though she repeatedly applied to global Ministries for assignments. It took about 20 years for her to become a missionary on her terms. Guess everything finally fell into place. Anyway, it was a little different.
After church ...
... I told Bob to stay on 59 because I did not realize that we were at the split. Well since we were headed for Nacogdoches, I called a fellow Renegade who lives and works there to see if he could recommend someone to fix the windshield. He did so we called him and went by his business. He said he could fix it, but not until Monday. We went in search of an RV park and ended up here. The other two we saw were, um.....NO!! So we will stay here ...