Ramada Limited San Angelo
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... must be tiring barking all night... Although today he started resting his head on my shoulder which is quite precious. Im currently watching the all star game and will be getting some-much-needed-hopefully-barkless-sle ep! "Ragweed's rockin' on the radio Free and easy down the road I go So I keep rollin' like an old banjo Free and easy down the road I go Got the sun shinin' on me like a big spotlight So I know everything is gonna be alright" -Dierks ...
... before leaving and knew that we were at the north entrance. I couldn't find the place on the GPS so I put it on something close to it. We ended up on a side street. We were in the general area and eventually found the park. We passed the south entrance and drove what seemed forever to what we thought was the north entrance. We drove in and nothing or no one was there. You could tell that it ...
... My husband was nice enough to drive me all over looking for it. Totally worth the drive, plus, the countryside is beautiful. He said he wasn't giddy about it but I don't believe him. Who wouldn't want to see Matthew McConaughey's ranch??? Proof that people hate Midwestern weather: Our cavern tour guide was from Wisconsin and my cab driver was a retired guy from Omaha. I have to agree with ...
... the way we passed many Historic Markers (we didn't stop, but I wrote the numbers down to look them up). We crossed county line after county line of wide open places. The counties had colorful names like Tom Green, Coke and Glasscock, just to name a few. We passed several ranches, some of them taking up the whole county. There was Tres Coyotes, D Cross, Rio Concho and Two Hat besides the very mundane like H & H Ranch (how boring!).
... his title of Baron so he could become a US citizen. He bought hundred of thousands of acres of Texas, but was credited with helping the Indians get established and flourish, instead of getting kicked out and starving to death as is the tragic story too many times. I would have retained the title Baron, and carried a diamond studded walking stick. Yeah.
We're at the San Angelo State Part - huge, but the lake dried up, the river stopped flowing, ...