American Inn and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... She was the first woman to be executed in the Sunshine state since 1848 when a slave name Celia was hanged for murdering the man that owned her.
Sites not to be missed in Quanah include the Quanah Acme and Pacific Railroad Depot Museum, a jewel of Spanish Architecture. Don’t miss the old jail attached in back and upstairs see the Masonic and Veteran’s rooms. Also don’t miss the Copper Breaks State Park. A small, beautiful park named ...
... in Childress. We had salads and chicken fried steak (me) and brisket and baked potato (Dad). The food was excellent and the check, including tax and tip, was $26. We couldn't find anything on TV so we watched Mad Men on our portable DVD player.Yes, it was a pretty boring day, as the first day always is. But that's the price you pay for a motor trip and we both love them!
Yup we're back at the Cotton Gin RV park. It makes a nice place to stay for the night. Today was the most comfortable travel through Texas we've ever had at this time of year. Cloudy and the high temp was 75. We didn't even need AC today. Now we are sitting in Goodlett TX with the windows open watching a few gray clouds move around. Tomorrow the plan is to head for the Capulin Volcano National ...
... a bit. now we are making our way through little towns along highway 287, headed down to Fort Worth. GPS says about 3.5 hours to go. hoping we can kick it out quick so Rhett can get out and not want to murder his car seat by the end of this trip. Rhett is great at taking ...
... 8230;and we didn’t attempt it then, either.
I enjoyed a delicious normal-sized steak dinner, meaning that combined with breakfast, today was a welcome break from my more typical not-always-notable meal days during this road trip (I've eaten a lot of boring-but-reliable Subway sandwiches the past 7 weeks). I then proceeded another 100 miles down the road to my stopping point for the night.
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