Motel 6 Junction, Tx

200 Interstate 10, Junction, Texas, 76849, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 200 Interstate 10, Junction.
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A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 26, 2014

... there and ride and get out. I've done this over and over planning my route in and out. And even today. I kept looking at doing this. Then tonight I came to realize I missed a big safety issue and I didn't see it coming until just before going to bed. In all the other good rides, I've prepped my self to ride them with my bikes slicked down. Saddle bags off, cases off, nimble to be able to hit the curves slick and hard. Tomorrow I was going into a ride that has killed 12 bikers since ...

CAMPING WITH ARMADILLOS

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Feb 10, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... big smile and "visitors? Welcome ! You can use your computer right over here at this little table. And there’s coffee right over there at the counter."


NOW THAT’S HOSPITALITY ! And here are some sweet pictures . . .








ARMADILLOS IN THE CAMPGROUND


It’s been too cold to get out ...

Third Times a Charm

A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Sep 22, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... up close. We were about 10 miles away and got there in the nick of time to see the last Fe balloons. We stayed across the street to be able to get out quickly. We looked for our Swedish friends but could put find their ballon in the air. We crossed the Texas State line, entered into central time zone and started east on I10. Easily the most desolate highway I have every driven ...

Day 2 Travels to Texas

A travel blog entry by jwlawrence45 on Mar 03, 2013

... you can go from snow drifts to palm tree in less thana half day of driving. We drove over 1200 miles to get here, which means that we drove 1/20 the way around the world.
Have no specific plans for the week, but I have already turned down water aerobics with my sister. Think a walk on the beach looking for spring breakesrs would be better. I will take Bev along to keep me out of trouble
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S. Llano State Park.... Cool Drink-O-Water

A travel blog entry by mother.ship on May 21, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... for a spell.
We finally got on the road around 2:00 and it was nice to not be driving for the whole day. We only had to cover three hours on the road. The first real "town" we've come across in a while that wasn't sad and tired was Boerne (pronounced Berney). Nate thought it looked like it would have a skatepark so we found it and they got their exercise, then we were back on our way. Our next stop was Guadalupe River State Park. Oh boy....are we out in the middle of ...