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My first piece of travel advice was to have credit cards for California not debit cards. My next piece of advice is this .. don't expect to find a hotel room for less than $160 in the oilfields of Texas. I tried pulling off at Pecos but found either full hotels or ones charging $100+ for a regular room. A huge thanks goes out to Senor Lee for being my logistics man and providing me with hotel phone numbers for places down the road. ...
... from Brownwood, Texas to fetch me. It is a 3hr drive. Such a generous offer. The ride home was fascinating. I think I learnt more about America in that time then I ever have. Lori had a son who plays NFL he is only 17. He doesn't graduate high school until this time next year and he is already getting offers from a variety of colleges to play college football, which means the college pays for his whole degree. Over here college football is massive and I mean MASSIVE. I don't ...
... drove myself and the 7 students to the old historic part of Fort Worth where about a dozen cattle were drove down the street by cowboys to the old stock exchange and a mock gun fight was played out. It was super cool to see the old shops and hotels. We had dinner at a famous Mexican restaurant chain but most of that was a blur for myself and the kids as by that time it was 5pm and we had been on the go for more than 24hours with little sleep.
It took another 3hr drive to get ...
... leads to a community garden. The idea of having a place year round to grow food so the public can share in its abundance is awesome!
I'm not an animal fanatic but I saw the coolest dog park in the city that's open all night, the grass was mowed like a football field and it even had a track where owners could get exercise along with Lassie. There is cactus growing along the side of the road like trees something I have ...
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