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... t violate any local laws. In Atlanta, for instance, it is illegal to stay overnight in a motorhome or a camping trailer. So you can't do it there..........not that I'd want to. But if you're traveling and need a place to park for 8 hours and get some sleep, Walmart, Flying J, Loves Truck Stops, and usually Pilot have places for you. And it's free.
We got up around 8:30 or 9 this morning, I had a sandwich, and started pushing southwest. It ...
Our next stop was an overnighter at the Hill Top KOA in Fort Stockton, Texas. Yes another KOA. I think we will be able to make a commercial for them after this trip. How to see the country via KOA RV Parks! This park was very clean and well organized. In the evening we decided to check out a local bar and the Walmart of course. The bar was called "Good Times Lounge" ...
... some of the alien stuff. It means we save a night on getting to Albuquerque and we get to see some of the less developed areas of Texas and New Mexico. We drove from San Antonio to our overnight stop in Fort Stockton and the scenery blew us away. We were surrounded by limestone mountains and driving on curvy roads, not at all what we expected. The speed limits in this part of Texas are the highest in the nation - 80mph. We were ...
... Maroon BS". The wind had picked up enough to become a bit cool, so we headed back to the trailer for the night.
I was looking forward to Thursday being a "down" day; no plans, no excursions, and no way was I getting out of bed early. However, Wendell awoke me about 2:30 AM with something a cross between a stroke and the stomach flu. As I was about to call 9-1-1, he became cogent and within a ...
The 300+ miles from Houson to Ft Stockton went quickly at 80 miles an hour, the speed limit. Little traffic and interesting Texas hill country scenery. This is home of the Largest Roadruner (statue) and St Joseph Mission where my cousin Bill and his wife Gerri did mission work a number of years ago. Also, there are 1,800 electric generating windmills. Quite a sight! Maureen is holding up ...