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Travel Blogs from Sweetwater
... an elevation change!
According to the historical markers, it was a much larger town in the past. There aren't many houses left here now. The rv park is where the town bank once stood. The owner manged to save the bank steps. The post office is next door, so I guess you could call this area the downtown of Hermleigh.
Surrounding the town is cotton ...
We had a very short time to enjoy Santa Fe before returning to the hill
country to get ready for our next adventure, visiting family and friends
and all the other things we needed to get done. While we were in Santa
Fe the weather was quite cold but the sun was shining and we spent a
lot of time catching up on our travel stories and fixing some fine
foods. Winter is such a good time for fixing curries and pots of beans
There just isn't much to write about while crossing this huge state on I-5. Texas is such a large, flat state. But, I want to record the over-night stop overs so that we can see the distances traveled each day of this unusual adventure. The pictures reflect what we see: the same ! the same ! the same ...
... these things up close. They are giants, and they build them along prairies and ridges where the wind blows unimpeded and continually.
They are in line like a battalion of ghostly soldiers, and they go on as far as the eye can see, and in this neck of the woods that means technically as far as vision permits.
There are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of them. Occasionally there ...
Left early and hit the road for a non eventful trip to Dallas. Still windy a bit but no dust thank god. Got to the car storage place at about 3.30 pm and I drove the car and steve the rv out to Grapevine. Got horribly lost and so many freeways... Freaked me out. Finally found our rv park and its so lovely, feels like we are in some out of town ...