Painted Valley Ranch
Travel Blogs from Decatur
The first day and 500 miles behind us. The objective was to get past Dallas and I'm glad I did. We ended up at a roadside campground that I was able to pull right in and leave the car hitched. Just plugged in, turned on the A/C and hit the bed.
The travel has been good so far. Texas roads are a bit worse than Louisiana but traveling through Dallas is not for a novice especially in motorhome.
Looking forward to New Mexico. The planned stop is a town called Santa Rosa.
... 8217;s Chapel Road was a wagon road before being paved. According to the sign post, the cemetery was not easy for people to get to.
We found my great grandmothers grave but as I looked at the stone I realized that the dates were wrong: 1800-1902. She did die in 1902 but my grandmother was only 1 year old so her mother could hardly be 102 years old at her time of death.
This time we looked carefully at the graves beside my ...
... We left the lot with Jeremiah to help him with grocery shopping and to grab a few necessities for us, but that was the only responsible thing I did all day. It was lovely!
We have another day off tomorrow and then we jump for Krum, Texas and get back into the swing of things with shows everyday. But for now, I'll enjoy a little down time. Thank you so much for all of the birthday greetings and messages of love...they made me smile all day long.
... Downton, Bates is out of prison, Edith is a journalist, baby Sybil is has been Christened a Roman Catholic, and Mary can have a baby.
I tried to take a nap, but the flight was a little bumpy. Saw a beautiful sunset while descending into DFW and landing safely, and then TROUBLE, right here in what is normally balmy TEXAS. That's will a capital T which rhymes E, which stands for EEEEIKES! ICE!
Ice on ...
... little more than a cloak, a hat, a walking stick, and a few scallop shells, the sign of the trail. To keep up the history of the path, villages, churches, and monasteries grew up along the trail that nightly open their doors to tired pilgrims. Today the trail is much the same. Travelers, artists, photographers, journalists, walk the trail as a part of their life journey.
I first heard of the pilgrimage through ...
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