Days Inn Snyder
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- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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After my big ride the day before I was going to sleep in that morning. I usually arise about 0800 and then work on this blog until about 1030, casually load The Rocket and then depart by 1100. This particular morning I was victim of a disturbing trend where the maids knock on the door early in the morning, in this case 0815 to inquire if I am staying another night. This despite the Do Not Disturb sign.
I find this particularly rude as the check ...
... Anyway, my time with ISV begins soon. To think I get to go back to the community that I was apart of three years ago still blows my mind. Every person I met along the way to Africa became such an amazing friend to me. I still hear certain songs or eat certain foods and think back to my time in Africa. I want that again, and I get to have it. This is huge. I honestly need ...
The beginning of our trip was almost severely delayed. I was so busy with unexpected issues that had arisen that day, and that I was late taking the dog to the kennel. I arrived at 3:45, and they were closed by 3pm on Fridays. I called them. I texted them. I finally messaged them on fb. At first, it didn't seem like they would let us bring the dogs, even though we had been there many times already. Rodger just ...
... Fort Worth...that was just chaos. I hate city driving. I tried to stop for lunch at Chik-fil-a but apprently so did every other resident of texas so I gave up that dream. I got on Highway 77...or maybe it was 277... i don't remember but it took me from Dallas to San Angelo... that drive was pretty cool. There were barely any other cars and the speed limit was 75 down this long mostly straight road, it was a fun drive. There was a huge field of ...
... for both of us she flew up just in time! While driving through Texas we have noticed many, many dead oak trees -- primarily Texas red oaks. Apparently there is a fungal disease that spreads tree-to-tree through connected root systems. It is so sad to see all those dead trees that were once beautiful, and know that it will take hundreds of years to replace them. I think every millimeter of Texas (except ...