Hampton Inn and Suites Harlingen
Travel Blogs from Harlingen
... away. We dumped our tanks and washed our windows, but after washing the windows, we realized they just made the rest of the motorhome look dirtier. We were going to fill up on propane again but it was sprinkling when we left and we didn't want the rain to hit before we got back to the lot. Our lot is all dirt and very little/no grass cover so it's going to be a huge mud pit when it does finally rain.
After we got back, I stretched out and ...
... usher people in and out of Mexico, go figure.
Then they man it with about 5 people a shift, about 16 hours a day, man talk
about more money than brains, no wonder the country is so fkd up. Anyways there
is nothing there and there is nothing to see excepting this hand drawn ferry
bringing 3 cars at a time from sandy muddy bank in Mexico, to sandy muddy bank
in the US of A.
From there we ventured down to Rio Grande City, which is ...
... as he and the guys were getting the tent ready for the next show. We all had a good laugh about it (thankfully) and went on with our day.
So today, before the first show, I stood right in front of Teto and told him I wasn't going anywhere until I saw and heard him call for the gates to open. He laughed again and we recounted the story to Mike who hadn't heard why the crowd was let in so early the other day. As soon as he called doors, I asked ...
... today, but we fell very short. It stayed in the 40s and overcast but at least we didn’t have the wind we’ve been having the last few days.
Cookhouse at 11am was in the open air and under some trees today…the trees are just tall enough that Jeremiah couldn’t set up our usual tent to eat under so we went without. Our lot has apparently also come with a family of stray dogs who live here. They quickly discovered where we eat and ...
... It is times like this that family and friends are missed, of course, but BBB and this location and venue made for a great day. New Years Eve was spent with Kevin and Lora and Doris and Hubert, a lovely Canadian couple who were our neighbours and whose company we enjoyed very much (must also mention their dogs, Nester and Hayley – real beauties).
We had day trips out to Nuevo Progresso Mexico, to South Padre Island and it's amazing beaches, to the numerous ...