Howard Johnson Wichita Falls

Address: 3209 Hwy 287, Wichita Falls, Texas, 76305, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 3209 Hwy 287, Wichita Falls, is near River Bend Natue Center.
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    Heading to Texas

    A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 15, 2015

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    ... covered in salad dressing. I am starting to look like a vagabond! Free car museum on route - all sorts to see and lots of juke boxes. Billboards advertising "Free 72oz Steak". I think if you eat it all without throwing-up, you don't have to pay. I do not feel like attempting that challenge. That's 4.5lbs of meat!!!! Starting to get fidgety and bored in the car. Jonathan keeps plugging on and I keep looking around. Back in Texas as there are a lot of cows. Still amazed at the ...

    All I can say

    A travel blog entry by psunstrom on Sep 15, 2015

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    ... I left my RV, helped me take off the basket, loaded in their truck, helped me get my generator in the RV, I hooked up to the RV and we all went into Walters, OK to the guys house that was going to re-weld the basket. Wow....although the roads in Oklahoma shouldn't be traveled on with a load, the people go out of their way to help a stranger.

    My new welding guy added steel and really BEEFED up everything on the back as much as he ...

    Long travel day - I love Texas

    A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 08, 2015

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    ... it out.)

    We followed the trains all day long, and they were going north with containers, empty coal cars, and what appeared to be cattle cars. And we saw lines of empty coal cars sitting idle waiting for an engine to come and take them somewhere north for a fill.

    The Texas prairies turned to farm land with acres and acres of corn, great pastures with cattle, and that other thing that they do in Texas…oil. ...

    Byers to Farmerville

    A travel blog entry by kristene on Aug 16, 2014

    6 photos

    ... goodbye. It was 1pm when we left to head back to Farmerville. Ran into a thunderstorm, so went from 104 degrees to much cooler and getting drenched. The sunroof began leaking, so water was dripping down all over Marie first, then me. We had plastic bags over our lap s to try to keep dry. When the storm eased we continued on our way and came into a ...

    Into the Great Wide Open

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Mar 08, 2014

    ... a chilly 30-something degrees. Stacy and her sister, Stephanie, greeted us warmly - Stacy gave up her room for us so we could sleep inside, we enjoyed hot showers, and they had a variety of drinks and snacks waiting for us. We had a hilarious evening filled with these beverages, dinner from Prine’s BBQ (yum - I am going to attempt to recreate that potato salad one day if I ...