Hillcrest Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this part of Texas and it seems that the RV parks in the area have been turned into man camps for the oil workers. Anytime you get in an area where there are a lot of oil or gas wells, you find these man camps.
So we spent the night in a man ...
Tue, Apr 23, 2013
Departure: 8:10 AM, Las Cruces, NM
Arrival: 6:10 PM, Ozona, TX
Travel Time: 10 hrs. (time zone changed)
We pushed through to Ozona, Texas. There aren't a lot of choices in this part of the world. There was a nice-looking RV place in Fort Stockton, but ...
Well we got out of the hurricane areas (pretty much). Not much to write about today... We didn't even see much road kill... We did see a lot of mile post markers....Ya seen one ya seen um all!!
I got a couple of photos... No, not mile marker! But not much more interesting... lol
At least, I am out of the rest stop area ...
... steeep hill. Johann called me after he left the store. I had just reached the top of "Mt Iraan". Said he had talked to the girl at the store, asking what the terrain was like in these parts. She said there was a hill leaving town, but after that, "it's Flayett"'
Liar, liar, pants on fire. "Flayett" roads don't have turn out lanes for trucks every mile or so. On a "flayett" road You don't need to tilt your head way up to see where ...
... red tape is proving to be time consuming. There are no pictures as we've seen nothing in Texas worth photographing. Our route went from Phoenix, through Superior, Arizona (the homeland for Laura's family) and then into Texas. We did find a great Chinese restaurant in Deming, Texas (of all places!). Our route should allow us to by-pass the Sierra Madres in Mexico and go straight to Monterrey - our first cross the border stop. However, we would like to share ...