Hampton Inn San Angelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Greetings from Texas! Today's trip (day 5) was not near as bad as I thought it was going to be. After not getting a lot of sleep because of the monster, i figured I would have to pull over to nap. I did not need a nap! The drive was about 6.5 hours i think it took me about 8 total, including several stops for gas/pee/food (not necessarily in that order). The speed limit in Texas is usually 75 which makes the drive seem like its going so fast. It wasn't 75 ...
... before leaving and knew that we were at the north entrance. I couldn't find the place on the GPS so I put it on something close to it. We ended up on a side street. We were in the general area and eventually found the park. We passed the south entrance and drove what seemed forever to what we thought was the north entrance. We drove in and nothing or no one was there. You could tell that it ...
... of weather. The only bad part of the weekend has been the flights. My flight out to San Angelo was delayed for mechanical reasons. Going back to Des Moines, my flight to Dallas was delayed for over an hour which made me miss my connecting flight. So now I'm hanging out in Dallas for 5 hours in order to catch the last flight out of here for Des Moines. All in all, it was a really good ...
... shutdown. I hope Obama isn't getting paid. Or any of the other elected officials. yeah, good luck with that.
Spent most of today stopping to read historical signs along Route 87. Some very interesting about Cowboy and Indian shoot-em-ups, and rampant death by clever ambushes, and all kinds of mayhem that mankind is apparently wired to undertake. Also there was stuff about how some of these towns got named, like Fredricksburg - some German ...
... this we had time for a couple more shops to yet again try to get a patch - so hard to find. We didn't get one but as usual the locals love to ask us where we are from and where we are going, then they proceed to talk for 35 minutes, this time though the lady advised us of some oncoming weather which would be worth avoiding, so we took notice. This was now the time to start the drive to Childress which was about 3 hours away.