La Quinta Inn & Suites Palestine
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Here at Larry's for some improvements.
TV Antennae Jack o
Hepvo for shower and kitchen drain
BOL screw jacks
Fridge door facing
On the way today, we had lunch at Cotton Patch Cafe in Palestine. It was pretty ...
It is exciting to see so many ForeTravel RV 's in one place! They are all so beautiful. "Our V " will be brand new when we're done, too! Our friends Karl and Madeline are correct when they say the free campsite is only about a thousand a night. We've been here five nights and she's still in a bay with parts all around. We're waiting for a ******* part being air freighted in tonight, our geosynchronous satellite isn't HD capable so we now have ...
... away. Apparently this area was too remote for either of the Spanish or French to defend, and the mission was then abandoned.
After setting up camp, we drove 90 miles to Bryan, TX, to visit my daughter, Courtnay, and her family. She and her husband adopted two sisters from Ethiopia three or four years ago, and our granddaughters are now in the second and fourth grades in school. When they ...
... from Temple, Casey and Megan from Austin, Hardy and Case from Fort Worth, Chris from Houston, and of course Rodolfo and Rachel and the birthday girl Sophia, and our hosts Tara and Reggie.
Had a great time hanging out with everyone. Later that evening Reggie cooked up some fajitas and we all chowed down. Then a thunderstorm came in and we all sat on the back and front patios to watch it.
We arrived tired and hungry. The weather wasn't raining but it was cool and windy for most of the trip. We didn't arrive until later than expected but we didn't even get out of bed until 9! Oh well this is vacation:) We ate some pretty great pizza and then vegged out in the jacuzzi. Pretty great ...