Best Western Post Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After my big ride the day before I was going to sleep in that morning. I usually arise about 0800 and then work on this blog until about 1030, casually load The Rocket and then depart by 1100. This particular morning I was victim of a disturbing trend where the maids knock on the door early in the morning, in this case 0815 to inquire if I am staying another night. This despite the Do Not Disturb sign.
I find this particularly rude as the check ...
... Anyway, my time with ISV begins soon. To think I get to go back to the community that I was apart of three years ago still blows my mind. Every person I met along the way to Africa became such an amazing friend to me. I still hear certain songs or eat certain foods and think back to my time in Africa. I want that again, and I get to have it. This is huge. I honestly need ...
... Fahrenheit (-6 degrees Celsius).
We are at a KOA tonight, a good night for the kids to swim and cool off. It’s 10:30 at night as I am writing this and 33 degrees Celsius. Who’s idea was it to visit Texas in the summer anyway?
Today’s total: 670.9 km (3255.7 grand total)
1 time change (from mountain to ...
... we know for now. Managed to coordinate a late lunch with Jessica & John at Caprock in Lubbock for a short while and off we went with Santa Fe in our sights.
We underestimated the travel time by about 2 hours so it made for a long day. Left Austin at 8am, gained an hour converting to Mountain Time and didn't arrive to Santa Fe until about 9pm so i was damn tired doing most ...
... World War I started here. Modern terrorism and ethnic cleansing find their roots here. It's a wonderfully complex place that is not easy to understand. On a personal note, the Balkans have always haunted me. I grew up on a ranch in the heart of rural Texas. Everyone was the same--white, middle class, conservative, and Baptist. When I was in junior high, I distinctly remember watching the news reports as the Balkans fell apart. ...