Hampton Inn Fort Stockton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... desert so that Kim could find some pretty cool rocks to collect (like Lucy) and some wildflower photos.
Because the park is so big, we learned that we needed at least 3 days to see the whole thing, and we hadn't planned for that. The park map shows a whole lotta primitive camping (with a yucca to hang your stuff on :) and roads accessible by 4 wheel drive only. It offers desert (of course!) mountains and river.
This was a quick stop and we are going to be moving on tomorrow.
More to follow ...
Yes I know it has rained since we were here two weeks ago, but that doesn't mean it has cooled off a lot! But that's OK, since it was really beginning to get too cool in the mountains.
So here we are back in Fort Stockton, same RV park, same site. Still not a great place, but for an overnight and since we're not going to visit another Walmart today, it's OK.
Left the Alto area this morning ...
Spent just one night in Fort Stockton as we are now working our way towards El Paso. We stayed two extra days in Boerne, Texas as we needed to have the starter batteries worked on so we could get the Motor Home started. Oh the challenges of life on the road. ...
... Las Cruces, NM, and then headed across the miles and miles of wasteland in West Texas. We did observe some very interesting rock formations from time to time, but little to pique the interest. We forgot to pay close attention to the presence of gas stations across this area, and very nearly exhausted our gas before finding a station (again the jokes about Cynthia having to ride ...