Motel 6 Texarkana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> something in each state even if just passing through so that we
remember something about it. We were hoping for a Visitors centre
just off the highway to find something local to do. Most states have
them just as you cross the border. Arkansas wasn't one of them so we
drove 30 miles and didn't really see much apart from the road and
grasses/trees flying by on both sides.
We stopped in Texarkana Texas for the
night. This town ...
... look, swishing the gravel in the water. Divide and conquer will be the order of the day. We shall see. It can't be a long day though - just a few hours coz we need to make our way over to Mississippi to meet up with Bobby for dinner, the chap who did a bit of running around for us attending to matters re the trike. It's a good 5 hour drive so need to be on our way at the latest by 1100 hrs. Nice relaxing ...
... of the day. We will probably be staying here an additional night at the same KOA. Fortunately it is cooler and overcast today. Actually had a pretty good rain shower this morning while we were still in bed. Makes it easier sitting outside waiting for all this work to be done. 4:00-back at the campground in Texarkana. The truck is done, all appears well and we will be on our way to Abilene ...
Made our way to Texarkana Texas today. Little warm. About 90. Little high humidity. We will move on to Abilene tomorrow. Nothing real eventful full has occurred, probably the most notable event is I lost my locking gas cap. Dumbass! So going to be hunting down an AutoZone tomorrow to get a replacement, pick up some anti-freeze, and motor oil. Oh, did have an interesting thing happen this morning. When unhooking the electricity water and sewer, I noticed a ...
... our generator. As it turns out, we should have been checking the generator oil daily while in use, so when I was finally able to check it, we needed to add some. After buying the oil, we headed for LOWES to get some radiant barrier insulation. The compartments above the drivers areas are very warm when the sun shines on them and I'm hoping that by lining them with the insulation, they will stay cooler, especially the one with all the electronic equipment for ...