Motel 6 Texarkana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today was a short day. The church service we attended today didn't start until 11 am so we opted for a short trip. The church is a small church. They have a female minister and I was trying to remember how many churches I've been to on this trip with female ministers, I think about half. Last Sunday was the only Sunday so far that I have missed church and that was d/t leaving Madison. The people in this church were the friendliest we ...
We actually are not in Texarkana. We're about 15 miles south off US 59.
This is going to be short. I'm tired not only because of a long day of driving, but also did not sleep well last night due to a massive thunder storm which woke us up about midnight.
The yesterday afternoon rain storm I told you about repeated itself last night. It woke us up about 11:45 or so and lasted about 45 minutes (I think). Thankfully ...
... I'm, cruising along at about 73 (the speed limit was 70) and I see this light on my dash board is illuminated. It's the little thermometer symbol with a circle around it. I obviously have no idea what his symbol means exactly, but the temperature gauge was still on the closer side of C than H, so I knew my car wasn't over heating (yet). I called my Dad, the poor guy was more worried than I was. While on the phone with him I start to realize I can no ...
... place just around the corner so that's where we ate. Funny place. Took a picture of it but the food was actually being cooked in a food truck right next to it and they brought your order in. The woman delivering it said " Have a Blessed Weekend". It was really good! We are on to a new state ...
... And cruise control. Plus i put on my new bluetooth headset and listened to: - buena vista social club - willie nelson - johnny cash - bob marley And threw in some freddie mercury if i got sleepy. Set cruuse control and enjoyed that texas view. Speaking of which, northeast texas is very pretty. Rolling hills, farms and a few deserted or almost deserted towns to keep it interesting. Plus all the oil field service trucks moving around kept ...