Hampton Inn Wichita Falls
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
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... show all of the colors. Apparently, 20 million years ago, the area was swampy and the trees got saturated and then solidified. As the water was full of minerals, the petrified wood has lots of colors - like the bluish color from the copper and red from iron. To buy a chunk costs thousands of dollars. Would have loved a petrified tree door stop. At 6000ft and in Navajo country again. Lots of touristy tee pees on this route. Nice to see big rocks again. Had McDonalds lunch and I ...
... so I wouldn't worry about it, hope you have better luck in your travels."
Wow....all I can think of is the entire LIST of lessons in this situation. My faith in humanity has been restored to a degree, never panic and look at the situation from a large perspective, think before flighting, and most of all, don't lose faith. The little angel hanging off my mirror in one of these pictures says...."God is watching over you".....you know it to be true.
This was a long travel day. And since we failed to remember that we would lose an hour, we had to keep moving…no time for dawdling today, and that, unfortunately translates to no photo taking. We left the hotel at 8:15 and 64 degrees under partly cloudy skies and by mid-day the temps had risen to a blazing 106 degrees. This part of the country is having a heat wave!!!! And it looks like tomorrow will be much the same.
... goodbye. It was 1pm when we left to head back to Farmerville. Ran into a thunderstorm, so went from 104 degrees to much cooler and getting drenched. The sunroof began leaking, so water was dripping down all over Marie first, then me. We had plastic bags over our lap s to try to keep dry. When the storm eased we continued on our way and came into a ...
We always knew that Texas was a huge state. That much is obvious. But it seems dauntingly large when you are driving through it. New Orleans to Austin was okay. Houston was gross, but no big deal to get through knowing we had Austin to look forward to. We were trying to map out our route from Austin to Santa Fe, which is quite a hike. I had texted my friend Stacy, who is from Texas, to ...