La Quinta Inn & Suites Gun Barrel City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... everything up to get ready to rock and roll in the morning to Fort Worth. Around 1:00 this morning he decided to try one more thing! Guess what we suffered all that time without air and it was the outside plug that was bad. We called the campsite night maintenance man and he got us chilling again.....dogs were really happy also.
We had a peaceful night, got up around ...
I had trouble sleeping last night in anticipation of another trip to South American and the Peruvian Amazon region. After spending yesterday gathering and packing everything that I think I want to take, I'm about ready to get this trip started.
This time I'm taking my big Canon 70D camera (and a couple of good lenses) for sure along with my small Canon video camera. I'm even gong to ...
Packing for a trip — especially a last-minute one — is always full of challenges. Making sure to remember everything and making it all fit into the necessary bags are the biggest. Making a trip to the Amazon rainforest in Peru as I'm doing this week is requires even more precision planning.
Some considerations for a trip like this:
- Clothing - while I'm going to spend 5 days in the ...
... that it was exactly one year ago to the day that he'd been in the ER in Nevada with similar stomach pains, diagnosed as Mild Pancreatitis. (At that same time, they'd found something else that grabbed our attention and required immediate treatment, so the focus pretty much moved to that.). So, off to the ER in Greenville, another 40 minute drive. After ~4 hours of tests, a GI Cocktail and a pain pill - they sent us home with ...
... is an acre of 'old faded grey’ farm buildings, still preserved in their original log construction, even the nearby well is operational. The site has tightly mown grass, very well kept for those who stroll around to relive the old wild-west.
This is an old historical RR town; with an old caboose to climb on and to look in the windows, there are shops still catering to midday tourists, and a small restaurant to serve lunch…. even at 2:30 in the ...