Hampton Inn & Suites Abilene I-20
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all the wind farms along the way. Once there, we quickly settled to the business of hooking up electricity (easy, Folks) and the water....well a small problem as it kept blowing out the plug on the exterior tank and gushing all over. I think we need a pressure reducer but no problem, we shall just use our water pump as we would in "dry camping." I had ...
... they did back in HS, but with a few years added on. Late Saturday afternoon, we met back up with everyone at the Abilene Country Club for dinner and more visiting. Eddie Sides, our class President, gave a wonderful and poignant talk that drove home a lot of what was going through my mind as to the environment we grew up in and the values that our parents instilled on us. His talk put a cherry on the top to a great two ...
We took the kids to one of the few operational drive in theaters left in the U.S.
Not as awesome as I remember but still fun. The picture was dim and the bugs were plentiful. The weather was perfect though. We didn't have a lot of options so we watched San Andreas.
I was taken against my will by my posse. We packed up the house and took off for parts unknown. We drove and drove for hours and only got out once in a smelly truck stop, where I was again called upon to defend the woman of our pack. She always wants to walk around all those big smelly trucks to find a postage size piece of grass where 400 other animals have pee'd and she expects me to go there? At least it's sunny and dry here, I'm sick of all that rain and thunder back ...
... clean but somewhat spartan inside.
After about an hour and a couple of photos later, we had seen enough and by then it was lunch time. There was a Mexican restaurant across the street and the clerk at the museum desk hadn't eaten there but said it had been there for a loooong time. That was good enough for us.
We put Harley in the motor home and headed to the El Torro Bravo for some comida. That's Spanish for food, for all ...