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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Rt 18 and changed our destination a few times. First it was Monahans then Kermit and we made it a driving day and settled on Hobbs, NM. May be a little north of the caverns and easier to get a hotel. It also meant back roads and interesting views. Oil wells were plenty, cattle and horse ranches, workers were actively drilling oil wells, many small towns and all quite ...
... been lucky so far.
I just read the weather...and the temps here are supposed to remain around freezing until Wednesday, with freezing rain and/or snow in certain areas. WTF???? We're damn near in MEXICO......and we can't shake this weather! We're only 90 miles from our first stop in Marfa, TX. Hopefully weather won't bring forth any issues tomorrow. We'll see.
Observations on Texas driving. So far, with the exception of ...
... Benson a couple of days ago. I’m fine, just the usual sore arm, but Karen is down for the count. She slept most of the way to Fort Stockton in her big reclining chair and went right to bed as soon as we arrived at the park.
The drive from El Paso to Fort Stockton is very boring anyway, the roads are as straight as can be and there is really nothing to see along the way, just flat open ...
We continued our way West toward San Diego today. Jim found a place to stop for the night with a quick off the freeway, no amenities, just a site, hookups with 50 amp, water and sewer - all for the low price of $18!
He read the story of how the guy was being transferred back East, didn't want to go, saw campers and RVs going by on the freeway, and came to the conclusion they needed someplace to stop. He bought some land and sat counting the number of RVs ...
... very tiring day. Fort Stockton RV Park looked like an oasis to us weary travelers. We were checked in. set up, and sitting outside sipping a beverage within 30 minutes. An hour later we were heading back over to the Roadrunner Cafe for a little dinner but were stopped by another Aggie camper and his wife. They were heading that way too so we all walked over, dined together, then returned to sit out and shoot ...