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- Just Drove for 89.9 miles
- It cost $16.75.
- Arrived in Cooper at 3pm
- Went to Cooper Lake State Park
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in
- Went on a hike and did a nature study
- Staying at the Double Tree Hotel for 2 nights, each night costs 85 dollars
- my total was $170.
- While I am here I will be going to the Delta County Fair
- Went to Target and bought tea, lunch meat and bars, cost me $12.20
Next day we walked all day, down the Champs Elyssei and found a lovely café and enjoyed lunch French style.
The highlight was "Moulan Rouge", what a show, the meal was lousy and the seating tight but the show was magnificent, bought the brochure.
Enjoyed the walking tour earlier this morning with a very ...
We've only been gone from Hugo since February 1st, but it has felt like a lifetime already. We gave a big cheer as we started seeing familiar places: Roma’s, the downtown area, Daylight Donuts, the library, Busy Bee, Angie’s Circus City Diner and finally winter quarters. First stop was WQ to do some free dumping of the tanks and to say hello to our winter home again. The show put up a beautiful new sign on the road with the ...
... the Crazy House Western Wear shop on the way. I couldn't resist going in and ended up buying my very own raw denim cowboy work shirt for $21.64! Hm... that's going to come in handy the next time I need to build a fence or herd some cattle across the plains.
On the way to seeing Paris, Texas' 45Ft (15m) replica of the Eiffel Tower, I took cash out from a drive-in cash machine for the first time ever. It's a revelation. Oh, and the tap water tastes of mold here.
... folks on the show which can only help next season.
And now, we're mere weeks away from heading back out onto the road. I'm excited and anxious all at the same time. It's been really nice to be in one spot for an extended amount of time so I know it's going to take a little while to get used to being on the move again. We've had uninterrupted access to electricity, water, and dumping. But to know that ...