Comfort Suites Gainesville
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It was great to see everyone. We really missed the kids, my mom, and especially Hunter. He wasn't walking when we left, but he sure was when we got back. We were crazy busy this past two weeks that we spent at home. Normally we would have had the house decorated for Christmas including 2 trees and half our shopping done by Thanksgiving. This year, I decorated a small potted plant as out tree and we hung one string of lights inside the trailer. Getting all ...
... br> Last night we celebrated Hunter's (our 1 yr old Grandson) first Halloween. He made a cute Sully and although he didn't quite understand what was happening, he very much enjoyed his first DumDum sucker.
Today, we got the vaccinations we need for the trip to Thailand in January and tomorrow we have our final Family lunch until we get back into town in mid-December. We are going to miss these weekly get togethers.
Bill and Dessa
- On the Morning of September 23 Bailey and I went to the Gas Station filled up our tank, bought ice, seeds, snacks, water, meat and bread.
- We traveled 253 miles to Gainesville, Texas, Filled up
- Gainesville, Texas traveled 137 miles to Oklahoma City, Ok, filled up
- We ate the assorted lunch meats and snacks for lunch and dinner for the ...
... real ******* staying within the lines, that's a day.So, today the goal was to cross into Oklahoma.
The campground we initially looked to stay in is located right at the WinStar Casino just across the Texas/Oklahoma line, since neither Nancy nor I has ever been in a casino and a campground right at a casino seemed like a great combo. However, after reading a number of reviews on the campground (CG), we decided to go to a CG ...
... three Woodsmen of the World gravesites (their grave markers are trees), and many old stones that had broken and were propped up against the base. Some interesting epitaphs (“Gold mine in the sky” for a 12 year old) and hand-carved stones also made for some good photographs. The oldest gravesite (in terms of birth year at least) was a Ms. Louisa West, born in 1812 and died in (I think) 1905. Her stone had settled so far ...