Hampton Inn Brownwood
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We transitioned to a campground near Abilene today.
After we got set up we met Kay, her daughter, Alicia, and Alicia's kids for a late lunch at Abuelo's. We had eaten there last year and loved their enchiladas - especially their spinach and avocado enchiladas.
... Later, we suffered through a poor showing of the Cowboys in their loss to the Eagles.
Friday, we drove to Vickie and Jack's house outside DeLeon and were treated to a very tasty Thanksgiving meal - is there a trend here? We got to spend some time with them and Logan, their grandson. We got in their ATV and drove around their property to check out their deer feeders and cattle. Can't wait to see the pictures of the finished restoration of their Mustang!
... thanks to everyone who gave us odd jobs to save up a little extra cash along the way. As well as those who helped us out in other ways. People may knock small towns but those are people who obviouslyhaven't lived in one. Y'all are amazing and we can't thank you enough. Update: Stopped by the cops on the way....our luck precedes us once again ...
Fun things to do with the license plate game include betting when we’ll get to the last plate (I say after we leave Los Angeles. Kathryn doesn’t think until we’re driving back almost in Michigan.) The hardest to get: Most likely Hawaii. (We’re going to Alaska for a week, so we’re pretty confident we’ll get that one.)
So, there you go. A little insight into how we’re spending hours on the road.
... trip on a nickel instead of a dollar is part of the adventure so camping for the majority of the nights is our (my) goal and I think it will be more tolerable as we move north and west. We opted to skip Dallas (due to my city issues) and cut across from Belton to Abilene on the 36 west. It is a wonderful country road (everyone still drives 80) and we chased the sunset while enjoying cows, sheep, goats and Hallelujah, ...