Days Inn Lumberton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our first stop.
If you haven't been to a Texas boot store (like myself), it is quite the sensory experience. With the overwhelming smell of cow hide, the shimmer from sparkles at every turn, and the loud "clippity clops" on the wooden floor, I immediately know I am out of my comfort zone. We head to the kids section first and upon arrival I again confirm that I have no idea what the hell I am doing in a Texas ...
... It's a rice and pork mixture. Here it was made into balls and deep fried. We are close to Louisianna but still in TX so it makes sense. The gumbo wasn't as good as Petes but we like the okra style. Tomorrow it's getting caught up again before New Orleans. Can't wait to see Chris and ...
... my hand and a filter full of wet coffee grounds landed half way down the cupboards onto the floor! We left the park at 8:35 and 2 minutes down the road the sun is shining once again. Another long drive today. We are heading for Beaumont Texas and since it will be another late day and early morning, we will be in another Walmart parking ...
... fire hydrant painting in dalamation colours. Happy to report we did not see either one! Arrived to our rv site for the evening in Beaumont since it was a long days drive, compliments of Walmart. Had a wonderful no peak chicken dinner prepared non other by amazing sister in law. Went into Walmart for a few things and sat outside with our lawn chairs to enjoy the mild and bug free evening. Lots of love bugs ...
... went to Mickey D's...It was cold, I'm talking 26 degrees one morning, and windy, 30 mph, windy, can't stand up straight windy. So we didn't get otta the car. Just drove along the beach. Got sick of the cold and boogied on down the road...Mr 10 that is.
Breezed thru Louisiana, mosied on out of Mississip and bounded on over to Beaumont. Now that is a cool town. Well it was warmer than most ...