Terrapin Peak Bed, Breakfast & Beyond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was a very long day of driving but we feel accomplished. 682 miles (all Teddy)....our biggest travel day so far. We drove thru New Mexico which was not that scenic to Texas which was even less so. Pretty flat and boring. But we stopped at a great "touristy" restaurant called The ...
... day after the storm.......we realize we could be trapped there for days.
The chance of being stuck 700 miles from home for days was a bit unappealing. Laurie said "why don't we push on to Tunica before the storm hits. They have a nice campground right at the casino, I can go to the spa and have a pedicure, and you can go play poker". It is difficult to argue with such logic. Consequently, we're just gonna hit the high spots ...
Hello everybody back home, and everywhere else, Vassily here again.
Today we went from Rolla (pronounced Ro'Lah) in Missouri to Muskogee (Mus-Koh-Gee) in Oklahoma. The distance was supposed to be 318 miles but it was a little bit more due to us taking a slight unexpected detour in the afternoon (wrong turning) which bumped another 12 miles on the route.
I had a lay-in as my few meagre possessions were spread between Dave's and LJ's luggage - ...
Left Tucumcari 830 and 40 miles later were in Texas and had lost an hour from mountain to central time. Trip across panhandle was 180 miles. After desert and scrub land of Arizona and New Mexico, Texas very green with lot of farms including some very large fields of corn and a lot of grain elevators Forty miles west of Amarillo row of wind ...
... up in her chair, I don't think I could do that anyway, to many things I would miss on the trip. So it's kind of funny, 1st part of the year we traveled across the lower part of the U.S. and now we are traveling across the middle part of the U.S. and at the end of the season we will travel across the upper part of the U.S. You sure do see alot through the windshield of a motorhome. Well thats all I have for right now, next blog should be from TN, until then CYA down the ...