Days Inn Sonora Devils River
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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 ...
We drove from El Paso to Ozona which was a long drive. There are lots of days that maybe we only travel about a 100 miles. It was 330 miles this day. Texas is a big state. Had a hard time finding a place to stay though. There are a lot of oil ...
... rooms with lots and lots of stalactites and stalacmites reaching for each other. Sometimes you could hear water dripping from the ceiling and sometimes you could see pools of water on the ground. There was also a hole called "bottomless pit" at one place that was about 140 meters deep. Bats weren't present in the cave open to public but in another part of the cave not open to public. Waiting for the elevator down was instant but it was on ...
... I guess.
Anyway, we're coming off a lovely weekend in San Angelo. We went to go see the movie "Leap Year." Cute little chick flick. Husbands are encouraged to go to one of those every once and a while. We had fun. I started to pick up an Irish accent.
One thing we've noticed about accommodations in Texas: in general, they are higher quality than their East-Coast (EC) counterparts. It's interesting. On the EC, Super 8 ...
... middle school, and high school. That's it--all concentrated and convenient.
So, theoretically, it's pretty easy to find the school for our job (as long as Google Maps has aclue where the address is, and if TomTom even thinks the road exists).
On the East Coast, we would find our school, and stand outside the locked front door at 6:30 in the morning until we could knock loud enough to get a ...