Holiday Inn Express Brownwood
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Travel Blogs from Brownwood
... artist creates some of the wildest coolest stuff I've seen in a while. Can't wait to meet him, the mind behind the work. He likes to kayak too so I'm hoping he'll show me the river stuff down there.
I met another lady down there who was throwing a rubber something into the river to have her yellow lab go out and retrieve it. She told me of a story not long ago when she did this and a mama duck saw the lab coming and started leading the dog ...
... done! Later we all drove to Cook’s for some good old fashion fried catfish with all the fixin’s (Jack and Vickie – thanks for picking up the check). After eating way too much from their all you can eat buffet, we said our good byes and drove back to Brownwood.
Saturday, our 45 Anniversary, we all drove south to the San Saba/Llano area to do some more wine tasting. As we drove into Llano, we decided to have lunch ...
The day before Thanksgiving, we moved to Brownwood to visit with Kathy and Dennis and Vickie and Jack.
Once we got set up, we went to Kathy and Dennis' house to visit, and later that evening, were treated to pizzas that were stuffed with all kinds of goodies.
Thanksgiving day, we, and their daughters and family met at their house and were treated to a wonderful Mexican food meal rather than the usual turkey, etc - a tradition started a few ...
... thanks to everyone who gave us odd jobs to save up a little extra cash along the way. As well as those who helped us out in other ways. People may knock small towns but those are people who obviouslyhaven't lived in one. Y'all are amazing and we can't thank you enough. Update: Stopped by the cops on the way....our luck precedes us once again ...
... trip on a nickel instead of a dollar is part of the adventure so camping for the majority of the nights is our (my) goal and I think it will be more tolerable as we move north and west. We opted to skip Dallas (due to my city issues) and cut across from Belton to Abilene on the 36 west. It is a wonderful country road (everyone still drives 80) and we chased the sunset while enjoying cows, sheep, goats and Hallelujah, ...