Candlewood Suites Fort Stockton
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314 Miles from San Antonio to Fort Stockton. Our original route had been Austin/Dallas/Amarillo to Albuquerque. We are seriously running out of time to get to Vegas by the 23rd though meaning we would only have one night in each place which is not enough for we want to do. We've been to a lot of cities lately so have decided to change our route …
... seems very courteous. As for speed limits, this place has more in common with Europe than the USA. We were coming down Route 67, a two lane black top with oncoming traffic in the other lane. It's in the middle of nowhere. Speed limit on this two lane black top? 75 mph. On the interstates? 80 mph. This place rocks!
Once the fog broke, we were able to see oil rigs where they were drilling out in the rural areas. Lots of drill rigs, lots ...
... a few small mountains thrown in to break things up. Interstate 10 is super busy with trucks heading east until you hit the fork in the road heading to Dallas, then you loose 90% of the trucks.
The temperature in the park was 32C when we arrived so I put on the air conditioner so that Karen could sleep for awhile.
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... breaker - six times in 20 minutes! We looked at each other, I asked him if he felt like getting up every 5 minutes to go outside and reset the breaker, and we packed up. I went in to the office on our way out, told the guy we were leaving and why. He said we were using too much electric. Hmmmm.. Told him his website listed no restrictions on usage, he supposedly supplied 50 amp service that, BTW, was not. His 120V only came thru at 115-117V. We were ...
... for RV parks and chosen the Ft. Stockton RV Park. It is located just off the interstate a few miles east of town. We checked in and were given a nice site with a little shade and soon were sitting outside under our canopy enjoying the fine weather. We took a quick trip into town for fuel and also drove the historic route of old Ft. Stockton.
Returning to camp, we kept an eye on the skies as severe thunderstorms were in the ...
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