Holiday Inn Express Eunice
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Woke this morning to find our efforts were wasted and I'd been eaten by Mosquitos - not happy! We then loaded to the van and set off across Texas. I get the front seat on this journey woo! Me Clara and Mel decided to play the alphabet game which killed an hour before we arrived at Buc-ee's a humongous garage. Everything really is bigger in Texas! We then carried on passing horrible crash on the highway and on through Houston. We stopped just ...
... we heard about at both of the other sites. When the band was done playing, an elderly gentleman (a more elderly gentleman than most of the other fairly elderly folk there) did a 'magic' trick which entailed balancing an egg on top of a matchbox on top of a pie tin on top of a jug of water. He then proposed to drop the egg into the water without touching anything on the table with his hands. He accomplished this stunt by using ...
... I go in and they did have scoops and low and behold in a case toward the end is Whitehouse ice cream. Go figure! We had gotten her a cone and a cup in case it dripped which it did.
So we get off the highway in Rayne, LA to get ice cream after seeing a sign on the side of the road. We discovered much more.
The town is known for bullfrogs the size of your thigh. They had concrete frogs in front of most of the businesses around ...
... National Park, UT;
7. Chasing down the spirit of John Wayne in Monument Valley, AZ;
8. Encountering the land of the ancients at Canyon De Chelly, AZ;
9. Traveling old Route 66 to Tucumcari, NM;
10. Touring Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, TX;
11. Last night on the road in Lafayette, LA.
12. Home again.
Ever since I knew I was doing this trip I wanted to come to Lafayette, Louisianna. This is because I am a huge fan of George Rodrigues the cajum artist.
The story: ooo, well way back in 1995/6 I was in New York and found myself drawn into an art gallery because there was a HarleyD in the window covered in these "blue dogs". I went in and saw that it was an exhibition of George Rodrigues, a cajun scenic artist, who, on the death of his ...