The Hotel At Wichita Falls
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... we were crossing the NE corner of New Mexico. And for the short time we were there, we could see mountains on the horizon, rocky hills poking out of the ground, wild yellow flowers in the fields and in places, black lava rock strewn about in the meadows of yellow hay. This is a product of the extinct Capulin Volcano which, I have discovered, is a national monument. Perhaps next time we will stop to visit.
We crossed ...
... goodbye. It was 1pm when we left to head back to Farmerville. Ran into a thunderstorm, so went from 104 degrees to much cooler and getting drenched. The sunroof began leaking, so water was dripping down all over Marie first, then me. We had plastic bags over our lap s to try to keep dry. When the storm eased we continued on our way and came into a ...
... out what seasonings are in it), and games. It was such a comfortable, fun evening. I’d heard stories of Stacy and her family laughing until they cried, and her Dad’s skills at SmartAss (an awesome game I will be buying when I have space for it) brought us all to tears with laughter. We were sad to leave the next morning but it was on to Santa Fe… into the great wide ...
Here we are, Wichita Falls, Tx. have to get the motor home ready to put into storage for at least 6 months to a year and then maybe get it back to the east coast. Found a awesome place to store it and a great price, we have a 12x45 covered space with a electric if needed, so we have been off loading everything we will need for the next 6 months or so....(you can put a lot ...
Apparently, there is an old Texan rhyme, which I can relate to:
The sun has shone, the sun has set
We are still in Texas yet
Various people had told me that Texas is vast but you can't really imagine it until you're driving through. I'm not even taking the widest crossing through the Lone Star state but it doesn't seem to end. The drive to Wichita Falls ...