Days Inn Brownsville
Travel Blogs from Brownsville
A much more frustrating day. In the morning I was on the phone trying to deal with a wire transfer. We were earing news about a national disaster area in Brownsville, TX exactly where we were headed to pass the border into Mexico. I got a speeding ticket in Kingstown south of Houston, the type of place where there is nothing better to do for the …
Final Location: Brownsville, TX Total Miles Driven Today: 277 Total Miles Driven Trip: 1753 It was a long day today. We didn't do a lot of driving but we did finally wind up in Brownsville, TX. We will be here until at least Monday around noon. South Texas is absolutely beautiful and absolutely desolate in places. Except for the highway I traveled …
... friend in her last days, and stood beside her to the end. Not always the case when people get sick or old or **** you off in writing, or whatever, thank you Linda for caring, and the best to you. Wow it’s been a tough winter.
The last two weeks of our stay in the Rio Grande Valley are a blur. They went so fast, and although not trying to do so were filled with activity with one day flowing into the next and one thing leading to another and then we had to go.
... her skin. It sensation gradually subsided, but it made it interesting for a few minutes.
This eve we are doing some home improvement projects with Joan, I worked on her screeen door and made it a little tighter and smoother closing. Bev is helping redecorate her cabinet doors in kitchen.
I almost forgot to mention that Flat Stanley has been accompaning Bev and I on this trip. He ...
I don't know! This story could be short; this story could go
on forever. This could be the kind of stuff that books are made of. I am
wondering do I publish this as I go, or do I wait until I finish? Many authors
and I am not considering myself to be an author by any means, publish now as
the do a chapter or an episode. I do not feel I write in chapters, it’s more of
an episode, or a happening. One of the options