Plaza Inn Big Spring
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... me smile and my heart twinkle again. I'm sure he will show me more but for now, I'm soaking on this one.
Saturday, Cassidy and I decided after we purged and cleaned our campers that we would take some things to Good Will in Big Spring, Tx. A hilly little town with some old west charm around some corners. Flea markets weren't good so we hit the little county fair and their trade show. Not real big ...
... thinks of Texas? Some hills appeared in the distance, and we were most surprised to see wind turbines, hundreds of them.
The campsite at Big Spring wasn't great, barely enough room between vehicles to be able to get in and out of the trailer; still we were only staying overnight, and we didn't even bother to unhitch.
... off to work. Barbara and I packed up and hit the road west.
A little before noon, we stopped at a rest area on I-20 for lunch. After eating, I lay down on the couch and fell asleep for an hour. I didn’t feel too bad, though, because I found Barbara asleep in the bedroom.
We’re officially on our way home, now. I expect we’ll be home sometime next ...
... back on the road anyway, albeit with some reservations. But the wind subsided and soon I found myself singing and appreciating my departure from west Texas, surely one of the most desolate places in this nation.
As I approached New Mexico the topography improved considerably. There were hills, curves, vegetation and the beautiful town of Artesia. By the time I got there I had decided to go all the way ...
Then I was off to Pedernales Falls State Park. I'm posting several photos of the falls area, none of which are very impressive in themselves. That is mostly due to the very tame nature of the falls when I was there. However, on a fairly regular basis, rainstorms bring flash floods that boggle the mind. As the ranger explained ...