Economy Inn Coleman
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... reunions together throughout the US.
We had a GRAND TIME sharing past memories and photos, looking for red rocks for us to take back to Ohio and gathering unusual cacti that grow wild on Gary's 100+ acre farm.
Gary also had a restored 1930 Model A that we rode. What fun! Love the Texas ...
... town names we’ve driven through today: Blanket, Early, Comache, Meridian & Trinidad. All of these towns had their own character and some looked straight out of a movie set. We stopped at another tiny town called Iredell for lunch, at the 'Iredell Café’ – with a self proclaimed "Best Cajun catfish" sign on the front. The waitress was very friendly there and even had a couple of the locals joining ...
... a single property on the lake has sold in over a year. It is dry!
We spent the week here, just chilling out and getting caught up on what's happening in the family.
We found another BBQ joint in our book in Valera, TX - Big O's Barbecue. So we decided to check it out for lunch one day. When we arrived, the owner was sitting at a table talking to another customer. When he sees the book in Shirley's hand, he ...
... into the PT, met up with Kathy and Dennis (Shirley's sister and brother-in-law), and drove to Cooks outside Rising Star, TX for their all you can eat buffet. After stuffing ourselves and spending time to get caught up, we drove back to the Lake and hit the sack.
The next day, Kathy and Dennis dropped by and helped us rake leaves - I sure don't miss having to do that chore any more. After burning some chops ...
... of bees
holding occupancy of the barn so we had to sneak the boys round to
the paddock without causing a mass attack as James thought they might
be African Bees. The place was littered with sheep bones which gave
the whole place a real eerie feeling about it. Spooky!