Days Inn Sonora Devils River
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... It was a very entertaining evening although I'm not sure it's doing the deer any favours to be feeding them! Lots of peacocks also wander the property, I love their tail feathers!
We had an excellent 2 hour tour with a volunteer who was very knowledgeable & enthusiastic. We decend down 360 steps, 150ft into the caverns it's 22C & my glasses ...
The Caverns of Sonora, Tx was our next stop. They have a small campground, well, more like
a parking lot with about 8 pull-thru spaces with water and electric
hookups. We were lucky enough to be the
first ones there and got the one spot with a tree. The rest of the spaces filled ...
... with all chicken in various forms, pork, pizza, sushi, deep fried stuff etc. The also had a counter with fruit, biscuits, gelatine covered banana-slices, jelo and a machine for you to make snow cones..lol. Quite some buffe! On the way we stopped at another completly deserted and worn down motel. Seems there are quite a few of them in or just outside these sleepy desert towns we have passed. While we were walking around it was pretty ...
... thrilled to book one down here in Texas, but hey--in these small towns, you often don't have a choice. But, surprisingly, our Days Inn experiences have also been refreshing.
And it's not just hotels. Take Denny's for example. In general, on the East Coast, you can count on Denny's for sub-par breakfast. Comparable to the Waffle House, and way out-classed by, say, Bob Evans. But in Texas, not only are Denny's plentiful, but they provide ...
... or soda for the road. Nice folks here. It's encouraging to see that the administration here is respectful, observant, helpful, and accommodating. Naturally, the students will follow suit. It's expected of them.
And, indeed, the students have been great help.
Whether they're middle school or high school, one of the first things you'll notice about the kids is their language of respect. I've been ...