Knights Inn Laura Lodge Pecos, TX
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... that we better not ever get pulled over by cops because they would think we were really bad drug mules. LOL I did this job for a while and worked at a couple of different refineries. Part of the job meant climbing those huge stacks to insulate some pipes. Being young and fearless we would turn it into a game of who can get up there quicker. OSHA would have had a field day dealing with all the safety violations of our climbing with no safety gear on. After ...
... oil-drilling red necks. (4) Our meals look tiny compared to those of the oil drillers. We know this because the only restaurant in town open this Sunday night was a Chinese buffet where we were sitting surrounded by oil drillers.
Oh, and I swear I'm not making this up: We were sitting in ...
... us of our humorous night trying to get out of this miserable place and we moved on to see more exciting, new things.
Actually, the very next, new, interesting thing was to see that cotton grows in the fields along I-20 going east across Texas. It wasn’t very well developed this time of year and not having a lot of time for picture-taking, we enjoyed seeing it as we flew by and then pressed on to “Raleigh for ...
... Add that to my list of crazy stuff along with this, who knew that shrimp and grits were for breakfast? I tried to order some for lunch the other day and the guy pretty much laughed at the idea of me even asking for it after 11am.
Going to try to sleep in tomorrow since we will gain two hours by the time we get to Arizona. Looking forward to spending the evening with the Paris'.
We stopped in Pecos, TX which touts itself as the home of the first Rodeo. The countryside is vastly different from the Big Bend country we came from as there are no mountains or hills. This is oil country and everyone around here works for the oil industry it seems. Interesting place and just another short stop along our ...