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... all you can eat catfish and shrimp. So off we went. We had to look for it even though the town of Cushing is one street wide. Other than the post office, I think the restaurant is the only other business open. Along with the catfish and shrimp, you get FF, hush puppies, pinto beans, slaw and banana pudding for dessert. It was pretty good and the building was interesting.
Today we took a train ride. Rusk is the home of the Texas State Railroad. The railroad ...
... satellite pointed in the correct direction and we finally did! So now we can watch TV and hopefully won't have any further problems. We didn't visit any historic sites today, that will start tomorrow. However, we probably won't be doing as much as before. I think Bob is just about "historiced" out. There are just a few places around here that might be interesting. Since we haven't golfed since IA, maybe we'll be ...
... he had to fix it, will should not crack any further, and I guess that is important. As it turned out, it was all good since this cost about $75 less than the other guy.
So by now it is after 1, but I really wanted to see some of Nacogdoches. We drove into downtown and parked at the visitors center. We got some information and walked around the plaza for a bit. There are a lot of old buildings, but not original buildings. Many signs which say "...site of..." ...
... clothes and then drove over to Lufkin. We were going to visit with another couple from Renegades for a couple of hours. We ended up staying about 5 hours including the four of us going out to dinner. It's nice to get to know friends better.
Before we drove over to their house, we went to the Texas Forestry Museum because the tourist information I have said that they were open on Sunday's 1-5. Well guess that is old ...
For those keeping tabs of our stops, mark off Zavalla, Hanks Creek. As we were driving south on 59, a truck passed and a rock hit the windshield. It is only a 1/4 chip, but the cracks have already started. At this time we were getting close to the cut off for US 96, which would have taken us to Zavalla. So we stayed on US 59 and headed for Nacogdoches instead.
Actually it was an accident that we didn't make the turn, We came up to the ...