La Quinta Inn & Suites Brownwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Saturday 10/10/15 Back to my RV, relaxing today, and having an ALL RV'ers dessert social at one of our neighbors tonight....think I'm heading back to Kerrville, Tx tomorrow to check out an RV site there. A lot less expensive and closer to a possible job....we'll see.
Sunday, 10/11/15 Yeah! Some things are falling into place!!!!
Old Ingram Loop is where the original town of Ingram sprang up. In 1879, John C.W. Ingram, who moved to the ...
... down select from their offerings for tastings, this winery opens the full list to select from. Several of their wines were pretty good. From there, we stopped at the Alamosa Winery – a small vineyard and winery. There we learned that the lady pouring wine grew up in Hereford/Sierra Vista and new many of the same folks we know – small world. We also learned that the owners are retiring and selling the place. We then drove back ...
... Later, we suffered through a poor showing of the Cowboys in their loss to the Eagles.
Friday, we drove to Vickie and Jack's house outside DeLeon and were treated to a very tasty Thanksgiving meal - is there a trend here? We got to spend some time with them and Logan, their grandson. We got in their ATV and drove around their property to check out their deer feeders and cattle. Can't wait to see the pictures of the finished restoration of their Mustang!
... thanks to everyone who gave us odd jobs to save up a little extra cash along the way. As well as those who helped us out in other ways. People may knock small towns but those are people who obviouslyhaven't lived in one. Y'all are amazing and we can't thank you enough. Update: Stopped by the cops on the way....our luck precedes us once again ...
Will they really remember the Alamo? That's debatable. However, I've done my job by showing it to them.
We started the day with a lovely breakfast at the St. Anthony Hotel then walked over to the Alamo...Oddly, right there in the middle of town. In my mind it was out in the middle of nowhere with a lot of dust around. But no, it's right across the street from a Ripley's Believe It Or Not museum and a Guiness Book ...