Luxury Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... not going to be open. So we will be in New Mexico by noon tomorrow, and have a lot of different sites we want to visit there.
We chose an Rv park tonight that had a swimming pool and a laundry because we needed both. It mentioned that there was a truck stop across the highway, so I asked if it was going to be noisy. He told me he didn't think I would be able to hear any noise from that. I ...
... on Busch's… get it?), + a shootn range. Oh yeah y'all and we serve the biggest little steak around. How's them apples, hon.
Good steaks, Great Atmosphere. However, the shooting range was broken. Dead eye experts (Me) couldn't hit a thing, only the young children could hit the targets. It must of been the guns...
A fun time in Texas. Lots of smiles and friendly people. There was even a traveling musician singing Johnny Cash ...
... is also being live streamed onto the internet. We went for a 24oz steak to share between George and I. Got talking to our waiter and she recommended a bar to go to that evening called the Midnight Rodeo. Checked in to our Motel, finally put some washing on after reusing the same clothes for a bit too long... Arrived at the Midnight Rodeo, it was a strange experience, the whole bar about the size of a football pitch had a large race track centred in the middle. With people dancing around ...
... gift shop opened so we went over for a browse. This place is unlike any I have ever seen. It had a little bit of everything in it including a water fall flowing adjacent to the steps to the 2nd level. It was like a B**************er Barrel, Texas Route 66 road stop all rolled into one. Certainly not the kind of store you think of for a campground.
I picked up my free coffee and went back to the campsite to get ready for the drive to Dallas.
... was without a doubt the display @ Groom, Tx. created by one man to memorialize the crucifixion of Christ. His bronze statuary was truly magnificent. I am sure the pics that Rhonda and I were able to take do nothing to display the true beauty of the artform and what was obviously a love of one man's God and his reverence for his Christ. I hope the pictures that Rhonda and I took can in some way at least display some of the beauty of this man's creation.