Super 8 Motel Greenville
Travel Blogs from Greenville
... 23/11), we were leaving Ennis, Tx race and heading to Reading, Pa......so funny thing when we were heading here we passed a Maingate truck heading to Ennis (Dallas) Tx. race, and a few race haulers......the only difference between then and now ALL my expenses is being payed for and getting paid to have some fun and of course a different ...
... be fantastic in the house during the summer, it's pretty darn cold when you're swimming in it. This being the case, we stayed above 30 feet. The primary reason the temperature drops so fast at Clear Springs Scuba Park is that the lake is spring fed. This also means the water table is not as heavily impacted by drought and remains a consistent level.
While the water was ...
... slightly more than "warm" and I was fighting (mental) exhaustion. Two thirds of the way back my legs started to follow my mind's lead and tried to quit on me. Maybe it wasn't as bad as it felt, but I really didn't want to go on any longer. I just knew that I had to make it back before dark (which was approaching rapidly) and before the park closed and I got towed or something.
So on I went, eventually making it back with ...
... central square of McKinney . . . an older area of the town that has been turned into a tourista mecca . . . and we hit many of the shops, including the candy shops. I bought a banner that says something about the place is run by a spoiled rotten cat--for Carol!!
Mike took us to a shopping area in Plano, Texas . . . but the best find was a bar called The Ginger Man, where they served 73 beers on draft . . . along with a lot ...
... oven!!) and a short test drive, Mac the Motorhome (so named as he is a
Chevrolet Fleetwood) 20 years old and with 90k miles on the clock was purchased
for the grand old price of $7k. With a
partial clean that weekend, Mac was parked up again at the Church of the Good
Shepherd under the care of Pastor Bill for another 2 weeks until we could return
on Sunday to claim her.
With a long list of things to
do when we landed back in Dallas ...