La Quinta Inn & Suites Gainesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Nice slow start to the day.
Checked out ~11:00am and rode to Dave's place at Corinth.
Dave took me and the kids to the Country Club Pool for a swim and general relaxing after he had to work all day. Well some people do have to work! Jeff also joined us and we cooled off nicely from ...
... no other proof of a dirty diaper. Of course when Dessa got back she figured out he definitely needed a change). Hunter is the sweetest thing, and I only had one problem with him… by the time we left, he clearly preferred Bill. When we would arrive at the house, Hunter would walk around me to get to Bill, and he would wait till he was past me to raise his arms for the pick up to make sure I didn’t get in the way. I’m sure he likes ...
... small miracle. :-) After a farewell lunch with the whole family we headed to the airport for our last night in Dallas.
Our flights on Monday are 14 hours to Dubai and then 6 more to Bangkok after a 3 hour layover. We should arrive at 1:00am on the 31st. Just in time for some sleep and to get ready for the New Year celebration.
We are about to test my tolerance for new cultures and cuisines. Wish us luck!!
We will miss you!
... real ******* staying within the lines, that's a day.So, today the goal was to cross into Oklahoma.
The campground we initially looked to stay in is located right at the WinStar Casino just across the Texas/Oklahoma line, since neither Nancy nor I has ever been in a casino and a campground right at a casino seemed like a great combo. However, after reading a number of reviews on the campground (CG), we decided to go to a CG ...
... The Chisholm Trail probably started as a buffalo migration route. It linked summer pastures in the central plains area to winter pastures in Texas. American Indians followed the buffalo and shared the route with U.S. explorers. The original trail was blazed and mapped during the early Civil War years by a half-bred Indian trader by the name of Jesse Chisholm—in 1865 he made the first cattle drive of 250 head over the entire ...