- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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It was great to see everyone. We really missed the kids, my mom, and especially Hunter. He wasn't walking when we left, but he sure was when we got back. We were crazy busy this past two weeks that we spent at home. Normally we would have had the house decorated for Christmas including 2 trees and half our shopping done by Thanksgiving. This year, I decorated a small potted plant as out tree and we hung one string of lights inside the trailer. Getting all ...
The last 2 months have almost flown by. We still seem to have so much to do to get ready, its hard to believe we start our travels in 36 hours.
Thursday/Friday were tough days saying good bye to everyone at work but the excitement is also building as we approach Monday (launch day).
This last weekend is non-stop sorting, packing and prepping. We've done a trial run of loading the bikes into the trailer and other than a slight mishap with ...
- On the Morning of September 23 Bailey and I went to the Gas Station filled up our tank, bought ice, seeds, snacks, water, meat and bread.
- We traveled 253 miles to Gainesville, Texas, Filled up
- Gainesville, Texas traveled 137 miles to Oklahoma City, Ok, filled up
- We ate the assorted lunch meats and snacks for lunch and dinner for the ...
The CG was fairly large, but mostly empty. At one time, it was quite a park, but that time had come and gone some years before. Virtually everything in the place appeared worn down or worn out. It was very quiet and safe-feeling, although just a little depressing due to its condition. But we'd certainly stay there again. Partly, the cost was very reasonable. Y'all know that appeals to me!
Next: on to Kansas!
... which borders the states of Texas and Oklahoma. This was the only “shallows” in the entire length of the Red River, and it was necessary to swim the cattle across at this location to minimize losses in the raging river waters. This spot is called Red River Station and is now an abandoned town. It can only be found by walking down a gravel road and across a wheat field located west of a small community named Spanish Fort, ...