Ramada Limited Eastland
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... almost 100 miles from here. So we will just see the little towns between here and there.
Whenever anyone mentions Texas, most people automatically think of cowboys. Well, for the past month, they would have been mostly wrong. Although there were cowboys in the eastern part, there were mostly a lot of small towns with timber, cotton, and some oil. However, this area is full blown cowboys! This part of Texas is wide open ranges for the most part. Bob ...
... the refrigerator 35, so guess it worked and we were safer not driving with the propane on.
The campground is not exactly in Mingus, it is just off I-20. The park is OK, not large, gravel sites, sat elite only in certain sites (and extra, I think). There are concrete patios, but since we pulled up far enough that we are right by the hook-ups, we're not at the patio. It rained here also and there are a few puddles around. The pool is very nice, although ...
It's a Texas tradition! You have to eat at "Waterburger"! Yummy breakfast of pancakes, taquitos, honey chicken biscuits, and chocolate milk. Mmmmmmmmm We stopped for ice and lo and behold....Dublin Dr Peppers! In honor of my sister, Kathy, we bought one for everybody. For those unversed in Dr Pepper language, Dublin Dr Pepper's are made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup and are only available in and around Dublin, ...
... we thanked him for his thoughtfulness and signed the table as a memento of that act of kindness.
We continued on our journey north up US281 to Hamilton, Texas where we stopped for gas. We met a local old timer/biker who informed us of another route to take that was more scenic than Highway 6. He didn’t know the name of the road but gave us basic directions to it. We threw caution to the wind and headed on out for ...
We're closer to home by 305 miles. Driving through Sweetland, we were very impressed with thousands of giant windmills lacing the horizon over the huge Texas flat land, like giant flapping pins and needles. However, the last hour really tested my driving skills with strong winds and sudden gusts. Tomorrow, we will try to get to Dallas and avoid getting thrown off the road too often... Think of us as a 20,000 pounds pickleball paddle rolling down the highway at 55mph with strong side ...