Holiday Inn Express Big Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... some ideas for some future projects.
Saturday night....this is where the bands came together in their own groups and played in sessions. The Dix Hat Band was absolutely AWESOME!!! Very talented, many instruments and entertaining on top of it. Met some great friends over this weekend and hope to see some in the future. I'm sure you all saw the video of the wild hog sacking....yes, I sacked the hog.
... thinks of Texas? Some hills appeared in the distance, and we were most surprised to see wind turbines, hundreds of them.
The campsite at Big Spring wasn't great, barely enough room between vehicles to be able to get in and out of the trailer; still we were only staying overnight, and we didn't even bother to unhitch.
Thursday, November 03, 2011
Departure: 8:13 am
Arrival: 4:00 pm CTD, Texas RV Park of Big Spring, Big Spring, TX
Distance: 256 miles
Geraldine invited us in for breakfast in the morning, so we were up at 6:00 am to get ready. A quick (and delicious) breakfast of eggs, toast, and bacon, and Geraldine was off taking her kids to school ...
... so I didn't stop to take pictures of the town. It looked like a nice place to live with lots of "Now Hiring" signs posted.
From Artesia to the town of Cloudcroft (aptly named) the elevation climbs from 3500 feet to 8600 feet. The mountains were beautiful going up to Cloudcroft, but the much steeper descent (100 miles ascending vs. 20 miles descending and several runaway truck ramps) offered some ...
... the ride today. After traveling about two hundred miles through Hill Country with huge areas of bright spring-green mesquite trees and praries with grazing long-horn cattle, goats, donkeys, packs of feral pigs, some sort of wild cat and thousands of vultures, I realized I was out of hill country and in the land of the windmill. OMG, I've never seen so many of ...