Hilton Garden Inn Shreveport
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... a beautiful forest on a lakeside. Had ramen noodles and ham salad sandwiches for dinner. Dreaming of last night's gumbo :-) I can hear all of the frogs and insects which is like music to my ears after the hustle and bustle of traffic. Camp site is set up differently here, appeared nicer with a place that seems clearer and less earthy for tent set-up, but then discovered that the bathrooms were out of order, so had to walk 10 mins to get to the next one. ...
... way north. The influence is evident in some of the buildings with wrought iron railings on the balconies. We stopped in at a restaurant which served sandwiches on cornbread and had a piece of pie. We then visited the Jefferson General Store which reminded us of Gruene. In fact the whole town was kind of like Gruene, quaint. We walked down the main street and noticed a statue to the Confederacy ...
Well, I-10 and I-12 are in no better shape than last trips. It's like riding a roller coaster for 2 hours. Luckily I-49 was much better. We took I-49 North to line up with Hwy 380 in Texas. This is a small 2 lane highway to nowhere. Roswell, The Very Large Array, Valley of the Fires and the Painted Desert are accessible from this road.
... Repairs will have to be made on the road, because I have to be in Washington, DC, by the end of the week. Apart from the leak everything seems to be okay, as Lacey, my dog, and I pull away with waves to a couple of neighbors.
We hit I-20... my mind has been in overdrive. "What have I forgotten?" It usually comes to ...
After a rainy morning, we ventured out to the nearby Gardens of the American Rose Center. It has a beautiful brochure with a map of the gardens. Throughout the garden are small plots planted by either individuals or rose societies or garden clubs. The brochure states that the peak of the spring bloom is the last week in April or the first week in May. Ahh! ...