Motel 6 Ft. Stockton
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... much explains why this park was as crowded. Really glad we are only here for one night.
Tomorrow we head to Junction, TX - this will be our final stop before we get into San Antonio. I'll report more when we get to San Antonio.
Hope everything is well back home........It's Friday, so I hope everyone has a great weekend. Go Purple Knights!!!!!
Ev, Bruce & Sandy too!
... talking to a man who asked about the coach. Turns out he is military with about 24 years and thinking of getting a MH after retirement. The odometer turned 15,000 about 1:20.
We arrived in Fort Stockton about 4 and followed the GPS to the campground. I had looked up this campground on the map and Google Earth so I knew it was right off I-10, but the GPS had us exit and go through town. If we had gone straight when we exited we would have ...
... t violate any local laws. In Atlanta, for instance, it is illegal to stay overnight in a motorhome or a camping trailer. So you can't do it there..........not that I'd want to. But if you're traveling and need a place to park for 8 hours and get some sleep, Walmart, Flying J, Loves Truck Stops, and usually Pilot have places for you. And it's free.
We got up around 8:30 or 9 this morning, I had a sandwich, and started pushing southwest. It ...
Our next stop was an overnighter at the Hill Top KOA in Fort Stockton, Texas. Yes another KOA. I think we will be able to make a commercial for them after this trip. How to see the country via KOA RV Parks! This park was very clean and well organized. In the evening we decided to check out a local bar and the Walmart of course. The bar was called "Good Times Lounge" ...
Leaving Alamogordo took us south on Hwy 54 to El Paso and then east and south on I-10 to Fort Stockton. Hwy 54 was the usual high dessert scenery and considering the military owns most of the property alongside it, there is little to say. Boredom took over and I found myself dozing. After El Paso and Van Horn, the scenery did change and we found ourselves looking at many mesas, buttes, and plateaus. What's ...