Wild Woods Country Inn B&B
Travel Blogs from Mount Vernon
... the tallest on either side. The other native son Is "Dandy" Don Meredith. The historical museum is housed in an old firehouse, but of course,...it was closed!
Several of the towns we have visited are Texas Main Street cities and in 2009, Mount Vernon earned the First Lady's Texas Treasures Award.
Today we stuck close to "home" doing laundry and cleaning, in fact Bob did not leave the mh until dinner and ...
... and dairy and beef cattle have all played a part in it's development. Also yams were an important cash crop until the late 1920s when a quarantine was put in place as the result of a weevil infestation. In 1935 to celebrate the Texas Centennial each county was asked to have a festival. Upshur county decided to celebrate the yam! The festival proved to be so popular that the committee decided it would take place yearly from then on. It ...
Here at Larry's for some improvements.
TV Antennae Jack o
Hepvo for shower and kitchen drain
BOL screw jacks
Fridge door facing
On the way today, we had lunch at Cotton Patch Cafe in Palestine. It was pretty ...
Left Austin about 10am with a nice send-off from the family. Drove north up I-35 until Waco, then turned northeast. Stopped at Collins Street Bakery in Waco and got a really delicious sandwich, plus a blueberry angel food cake, and some coffee. Jumped rope for a few minutes, then continued on highway 31 (much prettier than 35). Went through Corsicana, Athens, Sulphur Springs. Short break in ...
Drove to Mt. Pleasant, TX for a quick KOA stay. Not the fanciest RV park, but it had a huge fenced dog yard.
Very nearly dropped the fifth wheel onto the truck bed. I guess I still need to use a checklist to make sure I do everything in the right order. I didn’t block the tires and the landing gear wasn’t all the way down before I opened the hitch. So I watched in horror as ...