BEST WESTERN Red River Inn & Suites
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... travel to Denton in Texas 4 hours away to catch some of the Street Outlaw racing. Driving near Dallas is a tad hairy everyone's got to be somewhere fast and up close! Also finding a motel or a hotel on a Saturday night is hard work- finally found a basic Motel 6, roll on tomorrow and the next stage of our road ...
The couple of Margharitas were also a nice addition to the afternoon's fun.
Stayed over night at Dave's place.
If you are wondering what the pic is about - it is the kids' drink cups that are lined up on the Kitchen Bar benchtop with their nicknames scribed on them.
... Encounter' about de Sota, a spaniard who tried to subjugate them but was defeated and ran away, the next encounter-with the British was 150 years later. We then wandered up to Poya Exhibit Centre There were exhibits about their history and traditions and a corridor portraying their removal from their homelands along the Mississippi to Oklahoma where they are today. They refer to this journey as 'The Trail of Tears', rightly so. The exhibits in ...
... to itself. We eventually found an old style American diner at the side of the road that looked decent for breakfast. Ash ordered pancakes and they came with a massive serving of ice cream. A little unusual for breakfast but what the hell. It was late morning by now and who doesn't like surprise ice cream? Except it wasn't ice cream. It was a humongous ball of butter and Ash had just eaten a nice big spoonful. She didn't let on at the time but later admitted ...
... far (or we took a wrong turn!). Went over a long fishing bridge with a few fisherpeople present. Walked back and then went to the pool to cool off - very refreshing. Then we walked down by the floating cabins (not part of the state park). First we walked out on a very rickety wooden dock, and saw 55 gallon drums in the water and on the shoreline - not very picturesque. As we walked ...