La Quinta Inn Sweetwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and there was a wedding taking place while we were there, got to the church right at the end and everyone was leaving. Almost got the groom but he was walking too fast.....I think he was tired of having his picture taken.
Had a great time visiting the historical site and was really glad to pull over and relax for the rest of the evening. Until tomorrow, stay safe and God Bless! Love to All,
Randy and Betty
... is fenced, and every ranch and farm has a gate -- some of them being very ornate. We are now in Lake Colorado City State Park, with an elevation of 2102 ft. This is an unusual park for us, but I'm sure there will be many more of the same before we leave the Southwest -- wide open spaces, scrubby trees, cacti, and each site has a little shelter over the picnic table to give shade (if there is such a thing as ...
... much to see other than Mesquite, scrub evergreens and cactus. Lots of ranches with elaborate entrances off of the Hwy. You seldom see the ranch, but they spend thousands of dollars on the entrances made of ornate iron works, stone masonry, brick or timber. We didn't see much in the way of farming except for one field of cabbages and ...
Hermleigh is located in Scurry County, Texas. The population as of the 2010 census was 345. I'm thinking there are not that many people here, but they could be in the surrounding farmlands. There are about 5 churches, a gas station, a community center, a post office and a very new school complex. The elevation is at 2,441 ft. Since we have been used to the Louisiana swamp region, ...
... the house while a making a good meal!
On our trip back
down to Central Texas, we pass through the land of the giants, the
massive fields of wind generators. At night they are quite a sight with
their blinking eyes in unison across the horizon making you think your
eyes are playing tricks with you but then you realize what you are
In the early morning we were lucky enough to watch
the sun ...