Fairfield Inn & Suites Abilene
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but as we got ready to go in we noticed Iris had a fever. So we ended up picking up yet another fast food meal and eating it in the camper.
Since Iris was sick, we decided to stay a second night so she didn’t have to ride in the car. Stayed in most of the next day, had a little picnic lunch, and made it out to a city park. The picnic ...
There just isn't much to write about while crossing this huge state on I-5. Texas is such a large, flat state. But, I want to record the over-night stop overs so that we can see the distances traveled each day of this unusual adventure. The pictures reflect what we see: the same ! the same ! the same ...
... Lake Abilene, which is part of the park but sits across the county road from the main part, is suffering from the recent drouth and is extremely low. - We rode our mountain bikes around part the lake on the hiking & bike trail. The trail consists of mostly old jeep or gravel roads. Very exposed for the most part. - Park rents kayaks. We saw a few people kayaking out on the red lake water. Weather: hot - high 90’s during the day to mid 70’s at ...
... after field in neat rows ready to be picked up. Surprisingly, we didn't see much stock in the fields though. Prickly pear clusters punctuate the landscape now reminding us why cowboys wear chaps in this part of the country. This evening we attended the Texas Retired Cowboys Demonstration Rodeo in Stamford. The evening was perfectly suited to sitting on bleachers watching cowboys and cowgirls do what they do best. The temperature was about 80 with a cooling ...
... with a few technical spots thrown in. Cornering is definitely a skill that will pay off for you at this race. Not sure what happened for me but I started getting dropped on the start loop. I chased and chased, but never could make contact with the leaders again. I blame the hotel stay! It was pretty hot out there during the day, though, so I was happy to have air conditioning to sleep in. Next year maybe we will check out Abilene State ...