Days Inn Nacogdoches
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... of Shelby County started the restoration process. It is now used as a museum and community service building. The historic jail is the home of the C of C. both are on the National Register of Historic Places. Once again there are many historic houses and churches in Center.
Since it was Friday, we decided to eat while we were out. Several people had told us that we should go to 7th Street Restaurant in Cushing, a town of about 100 people. On Friday and Sat ...
... where we will stay until 31 Aug. At that time we will drive 175 miles into Santo, TX and will be staying at Coffee Creek RV Park until 7 Sept.
Once we got all set up, we drove into Lufkin to go to Walmart (surprise, surprise!!). We needed a few things, but of course we got a few more things than we really needed, but then isn't that the way it always is?
Back in Rusk we tried five times to ...
... the town itself is almost as old as the USA, guess we couldn't have the original buildings.
After walking around for a bit, we got back in the car and drove around looking at different
buildings. By then it was time to head back "home" and get ready for dinner.
After dinner we took a trip to DQ for some ice cream because we didn't go yesterday when we said we would.
Tomorrow we pack up and head for Rusk, TX and a few days of ...
... way of crossing the valley during rainy season.
After driving around Rusk for a while, we headed back toward Nacogdoches and "home". The rest of the evening we just watched TV.
This morning we attended church at Perritte United Methodist Church. Today was their Mission Day and the speaker was a missionary to Paraguay they sponsor. She is the director of a day care and she told her story. I told Bob afterward that ...
For those keeping tabs of our stops, mark off Zavalla, Hanks Creek. As we were driving south on 59, a truck passed and a rock hit the windshield. It is only a 1/4 chip, but the cracks have already started. At this time we were getting close to the cut off for US 96, which would have taken us to Zavalla. So we stayed on US 59 and headed for Nacogdoches instead.
Actually it was an accident that we didn't make the turn, We came up to the ...