Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fort Stockton
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... rigs, and lots of people working the rigs, 24 hours a day. Almost every vehicle we passed or passed us for about 200 miles was a pickup, that worked the oil fields. I'd have like to have seen the oil fields during the day, but it wouldn't have helped today. They were fogged in and you couldn't see much. At least at night, you're able to see the glow in the distance, and know where they're at, and what to look for. We wouldn't have even noticed them ...
Razorn (Alan Parker) was our second WOW meet and greet. He's a retired Marine, finished a criminal justice degree and is 8 months into a job with the Midland, Texas cops. He hopes to move somewhere more desirable after he gets 2 years experience under his belt. He works nights and was hard to get a hold of since he was sleeping away at noon when Mariah called, It took several calls in a row til he ...
... had a $2 6 in and Stephen went for a $5 6in. No lightning struck!
Since everything is bigger in TX, we passed through the bigger Windmill Ranch ever. So beautiful.
This was new territory for us because last year we had driven to Austin from Dallas, this year, to Fort Stockton.
So next came the Oil Refineries and smaller oil pumps, like in the movie," There Will Be Blood".
Of course photos must be ...
... breaker - six times in 20 minutes! We looked at each other, I asked him if he felt like getting up every 5 minutes to go outside and reset the breaker, and we packed up. I went in to the office on our way out, told the guy we were leaving and why. He said we were using too much electric. Hmmmm.. Told him his website listed no restrictions on usage, he supposedly supplied 50 amp service that, BTW, was not. His 120V only came thru at 115-117V. We were ...
... convinced me he didn't need the emergency room, but continued to be sick at his stomach all the next day. By Friday, he had pretty much recovered and we set out for another long day of driving in order for me to be home and attend the Comal County Republican Convention on Saturday. I'm a precinct chairman and need to be present, but the Texas redistricting fiasco has really put a crimp in our travel plans ...