Sleep Inn & Suites Speedway
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... drive through the centre of town. I decided not to purchase the cowboy boots I fell in love with....$6000 is just too far over my boot budget for this year haha! We had lunch at Coopers BBQ - brisket & beans with coleslaw & pickles - delish! We finally got back to the hotel after a 2 hour side trip to Gander ...
Thanks to our friends Diane and Rick Cross, we've had a wonderful few days here at Texas Motor Speedway - the only downers were a couple of very cold nights and the fact that the trailers backed up to us left their huge and noisy generators running all night long, every night! But even that couldn't dampen the fun of time spent with good friends, enjoying good racing, and a win by "my" guy, Jimmie Johnson, #48!
Saying goodbye is always so tough & today was no different as we parted ways with our friends. They headed south to Houston & we headed West to Dallas. I loaded them up with Elvis memorabilia to pass on to my mum & we left them & drove West to Parker, Texas & the SouthFork Ranch! The ranch house was lovely but really had no real relevance to the Dallas show as the show only ever filmed outside. ...
... located where he was shot from. I got to the museum by 10am, just as it was opening for the day. The tickets for the museum were included with Contiki, and came with an audio guide. So it was interesting spending a few hours looking around the museum and listening to the audio guide. It was definitely worth it. After the museum, i had a look at the gift shop, the went to Dealy plaza, had a
look at the memorials here as well as the location of the exact ...
... be rebuilt.
Heading north towards Shreveport, LA we saw a crawfish farm…large square areas of muddy water full of floating traps, and the farmer, in a flat bottom boat, was collecting his catch by dumping the critters from the traps into his boat.
The remainder of the drive north could have been Maine, but for the pavement bleached by the hot sun. It looked a lot like I-95 between Augusta and Bangor, where the ...