Days Inn Pauls Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Were supposed to stop at Ardmore, OK. but kept on rolling.
421 Miles for today. That's allot for us but we both feel pretty good. On the road at 8:30, off at 4:30.
Went through Fredericksberg, Marble Falls and Bandera in the Hill Country of Texas. Saw lots of Bluebonnets and many colorful flowers on the way. Also many of our ole stomping grounds,
... and don't like the craziness of cities too much, so that's an easy decision. Hopefully Jonathan will not mind driving through the Smokey Mountains after the last mountain roads, lol!!! Not much to report on the way except a mini-version of the Houses of Parliament (a casino we could see from the road side). Drove through Oklahoma, Kansas and now we are in Missouri! The scenery looks fairly British at times in Missouri. Smaller fields and the trees look similar, plus there is ...
... back into Texas as we headed to the Fort Worth area.
We did not see anything of great interest to us in Fort Worth, so we decided to just rest and relax at this 1000 Trails site. We have been moving to a new location just about every day. So we picked up some groceries and plan to cook, swim, rest, read, and Kumihimo for a few days before heading near Dallas, Texas. So, do not fret if you do not hear from us for a few days....
... an afternoon meeting would be a problem as I'd then be risking getting myself dirty handling some car stuff I was to pick up there. I asked the GPS if there was another Kingdom Hall closer.
"Yes!" it said. And so it led me to the small town of Lindsay, about 30 miles south of Oklahoma City and off the beaten track a bit.
I arrived in plenty of time, but I waited in vain. I ...
... season's trip... we did it... we finally got here. Caryn enjoyed the idea because we had a perfect campsite and we had no storms while in Oklahoma.
The history of this place is absolutely fascinating, that's why we came here. The central plains states are little known to those who reside in the 'perimeter' states, other than traveling through on the East/West bound Interstates. Here is some interesting notes: There's lots of Native ...