Pleasanton Executive Inn

1927 E State Highway 97, Pleasanton, Texas, 78064, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1927 E State Highway 97, Pleasanton.
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Travel Blogs from Pleasanton

Het begin

A travel blog entry by quinten.wiersma on May 14, 2012

... plenty to eat. We will also make sure you have some time off so that you can see the sights and learn about the great state of Texas through first-hand experiences. You are welcome to stay as long as you like.

When will you be 18? That is the minimum age for horse grooms, so if you turn 18 while you are with us, we can send you on some trips with horses.

The end is near

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Jan 19, 2012

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We are rounding the corner and almost time to leave south Texas, I do not believe we will miss this place, maybe maxx will. We have seen alot of wildlife here and heard a few animals howling or snorting, even a little squeking. Yes we have seen a bobcat, coyotes, foxes, cows, horses, roadrunner, and yes even a mouse (he is now a dead mouse). By the time ...


A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Jan 01, 2012

Here we are starting off our adventures were we left off last year, sittting outside a gas/oil drill site waiting for the 2012 NHRA season to start. We have given our notice to the security company letting them know the 22nd of Jan is our last day, (they sent a reply "let us know when your ready for a new gate") little do they relize, we will not be doing ...

Last entry for 2011

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Dec 27, 2011

... up front and just happend to look up and there was a bobcat standing in front of the camper....called marge over so she could see, and then he just walked away like nothing was happening. We still see alot of deer in the morning crossing the road, we did have some excitement right before christmas.....someones cow was wondering loose outside the gate. Other than that nothing ...

This is not the NHRA

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Nov 18, 2011

We started our new job today...We are set up outside the oil rigs gate, they brought us a generator, 200 gallons of water, and they still need to bring our sewage tank. This is a whole lot different then what you see on t.v. The boss is called the "company man" ( he seems to be pretty nice) told us not to leave maxx out at night because a mountain lion might get him......MMMMMMmmmmmm, one less mouth to feed ( just kidding Judy). They have been bringing in drilling pipe and bits and pieces ...