Quanah Parker Inn
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The most significant thing about this entry is that I’ve made it more than half-way across the good 'ole USA and what better place is there to celebrate than Quanah TX.
Greetings from Quanah Texas, population 3022. Organized in 1884 as a stop on the Fort Worth and Denver Railway, Quanah was named after Quanah Parker, the last Comanche chief.
Famous residents have included Bill Evans, awarded both the Bronze ...
Today, as we have done on the first day of many treks to Denver, we drove to Childress TX,a small town halfway between Houston and Texas. We stayed at a Quality Inn, where we have stayed before (I say this with confidence because we picked up the Wifi without entering the password). We checked in around 5:45, I had 2 gin and tonics, and then went out to Maxey's, ...
Yup we're back at the Cotton Gin RV park. It makes a nice place to stay for the night. Today was the most comfortable travel through Texas we've ever had at this time of year. Cloudy and the high temp was 75. We didn't even need AC today. Now we are sitting in Goodlett TX with the windows open watching a few gray clouds move around. Tomorrow the plan is to head for the Capulin Volcano National ...
... a bit. now we are making our way through little towns along highway 287, headed down to Fort Worth. GPS says about 3.5 hours to go. hoping we can kick it out quick so Rhett can get out and not want to murder his car seat by the end of this trip. Rhett is great at taking ...
... a continental breakfast for a dollar a head. Nice folks, unique place and cool amenities. A couple thoughts: It's hot here in Texas and not a mountain in sight? To quote John Muir, "The mountains are calling and I must go." These time zone changes are ******* ...
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