Hampton Inn & Suites Greenville
Travel Blogs from Greenville
... 23/11), we were leaving Ennis, Tx race and heading to Reading, Pa......so funny thing when we were heading here we passed a Maingate truck heading to Ennis (Dallas) Tx. race, and a few race haulers......the only difference between then and now ALL my expenses is being payed for and getting paid to have some fun and of course a different ...
This was our first dive together without the supervision of a dive instructor and we were both pretty excited. We wanted to be sure we could dive together comfortably and start working out any underwater communication confusion before our big trip.
At the surface, the water temperature was a comfortable 84 degrees but dropped down to 70ish around 35 feet. While 70 ...
... sun finished dipping below the tree lined horizon. My excitement at making it back in time and in one piece was short lived though. My car battery (which had been acting up for a couple weeks at this point) was dead.
"Great..." I thought as the darkness was getting deeper and deeper. Luckily there was one car left in the parking lot, they had actually passed me as I got near the park on my return trip. At the time I thought ...
... in bottles!!! We tried a couple! Pat & Mike chatted with the bartender . . . Carol and Jacki enjoyed 'a beer companion' . . . a plate of cheese, bread, meats, and fruit! Mike and I made due with a serving of nuts!!
The weather was about 10 degrees cooler than normal . . . just right for shopping and enjoying the sights and sounds.
We ended the day with dinner at Anamia's, Tex-Mex restaurant in Flower Mound!
... oven!!) and a short test drive, Mac the Motorhome (so named as he is a
Chevrolet Fleetwood) 20 years old and with 90k miles on the clock was purchased
for the grand old price of $7k. With a
partial clean that weekend, Mac was parked up again at the Church of the Good
Shepherd under the care of Pastor Bill for another 2 weeks until we could return
on Sunday to claim her.
With a long list of things to
do when we landed back in Dallas ...