La Quinta Inn Tyler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we stayed in Gladewater, Tx. We stayed in Shallow Creek RV Park which is absolutely one of the best RV Parks we have ever stayed at. It is so clean and neat and roomy! Many college students have RV's here while attending college. It is a beautiful day. I caught up on laundry once again. Just a nice relaxing ...
... and did a visual on the tires when we stopped. I'd never had any problems, so why did I need the system? Today I found out. We were traveling east on I-20 and had a minor problem with some moulding which I stopped on the shoulder and fixed before continuing on. About 20 minutes later we pulled into the Terrell discount mall's parking lot to eat lunch and as we're eating the tire monitor starts ...
... a pretty laid back week. I worked, went to the grocery store with Rita and Lydia (Rita's daughter and youngest child), and watched movies with the boys when they were around. Lewis had a much more exciting time with the boys. On Friday night my nephews Stephen and Jacob Smith came over and enjoyed delicious fajitas that Rita and I made (seriously, so good).
Here is Lewis' chronicling of events:
Children adore me! Well, at ...
Today was another long day on the road but so glad we made it to Kilgore in time to spend the evening with my Uncle Jerry and Aunt Katherine! It was so good to see them and catch up. My Uncle Jerry has always been my favorite Uncle since I was a little girl. He and ...
After driving another long day, 9 hours, we arrived in Kilgore, Texas about 5:30. The drive along I-10 through Louisiana was pretty. There were long bridges over wide expanses of water. We saw fields that appeared to be flooded, but after doing some research on my handy IPad, we learned that they are rice fields. But not rice fields for harvesting for human consumption, ...