Inn of the Conchos
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... Nasworthy, but it was full because it is the weekend. We found a RV park just outside the State Park which was very nice. All the RV parks are full of oilfield workers. It is really booming all along this area for oil wells. We saw some really nice deer in the park. Even a nice buck. Heading home ...
... little city of about 100,000, settled after Fort Concho was built to protect the frontier settlers. The Concho River winds through town, with O.C. Fisher Reservoir at the north end and Lake Nasworthy on the south. We stayed at an RV Park on Lake Nasworthy that was thick with some type of oak trees (I think). With the green grass and trees, next to ...
... along with the extremely popular re-enactment. There are over 2,000 volunteers who participate in the re-enactment all dressed in period clothing with some dressed in full military uniforms either marching or riding horses. There are a few hand-sewn quilts hanging in the museum that date back to the Civil War era. Fort Concho was also home to several companies of black soldiers who got the name ...
... thing we purchased though were ice cream cones. They were great!! Not as great as the cute dresses I found, but there is no need for new dresses. :(
After we were done downtown we headed to the campground to set up, have some dinner, and do some laundry.
Tomorrow we are heading to the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico for the ...
... decided to have one last Texas barbeque before we ended up in New York. We searched the GPS for one that sounded good, and it brought us to Abilene.
As soon as we pulled up into Square's Barbeque Pit and Grill, we realized that we had been there before. Not to eat, though. In January, we were starving one day and wanted to try our first Texas BBQ restaurant. We found Square's, but it didn't ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed