Fifth Season Inn & Suites
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... with the odd eccentric trying to get themselves run over. Texola - another ghost town, but did stumble upon Tumbleweeds water hole, the only business trading along this stretch. We stopped in for a pit stop, being drawn in by the humorous name and the wall painting. The proprietor Masel was sat in the corner in her rocking chair. Half of the building, the add on was a cafe/grill with table & chairs, the walls were covered with all of her ...
... I followed the road as it wound through Sayre, which has not disintegrated since the interstate arrived, and then Hext and Erick who both have suffered greatly before going through the last town in Oklahoma, Texola, which is a ghost of its past. I drove through Shamrock, Texas and back onto original concrete which took me past Lela to McLean where they have the Devil's Rope Museum. Devil's Rope refers to barbed wire, ...
... up about 3 pounds into his Fred Flintstone size steak. Our server told us 50+ people a month try in the winter, but only 7 or 8 actually meet the challenge. In the summer, she said there is a constant flow of people trying. We had normal steak dinners and then did a short drive in Amarillo before heading back to the RV.
... with honey butter, coke, coffee and hot spiced apple berry tea. Upstairs in the bathroom ( we all always visit the bathrooms) , the bath is filled with artificial flowers and there is a bottle of Glamour Do on the window shelf. If you want to know more about Glamour Do, you will have to come visit and use the loo. When I went up and didn't come back straight away, they thought I had been lost in the realm of religion at the Country Dove! We make some purchases and chat with ...
A kind desk manager drove us to a nearby Mexican restaurant where we used some of Mark's birthday pressie for cocktails. Meal was yummy but they sure serve ridiculously huge meals. For $43 we got 4 cocktails, a massive shared platter which we didn't finish, a bowl of nachos and salsa dip and a huge main meal each. We expected the platter to just be a little few tasties but it was almost a meal in itself for the 2 of ...