Motel 6 Harlingen
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... Tornado Alley (Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma) to Oklahoma City. My GPS took me down a State highway instead of onto the freeway, so I enjoyed a less-crowded, scenic back road route for the first few hours. It was quite pleasant and bucolic, until I drove by a sign pronouncing “Road Ends 8 Miles Ahead!” The GPS apparently didn’t know that the road I was on wasn’t finished being built yet, and I ended up having to take a 50-mile detour to get back on ...
... heading to
the hall with bowl and spoon in hand. Putting 2 & 2 together, we also ran
home for our bowls and spoons, the cost is “fiddycent” a scoop. This worked out
well as we had picked up a large supreme pizza at Formacio Pizzeria in Mercedes
for a grand total of $8.56 to eat while we were watching the Fontana race in
which our Chevy friend Jimmy Johnson ran out of tires on the 3rd to
last lap. Unfortunately there were ...
... in the winter.
Along the way in Alamo, actually on S. Alamo Rd. just
minutes off of the freeway, is
The Original Willie’s Bar-B-Q that (according to Texas
monthly) is one of the 50 best BBQ joints in the world. Family owned and
operated since 1994. There claim to fame though, as far as I am concerned and I
have only been here the one time has to be their baked potato. Now I am talking
a huge russet potato, baked to perfection ...
... ve discovered that in the south there is a Lime Cucumber flavored Gatorade that I have absolutely fallen in love with. I need to stock up before we start driving north) and walked home again.
Life on the lot is beginning to normalize. We have our crew back, we’re figuring details out with the prop crew (though those details seem to change on a daily basis, we’re at least maintaining an ongoing dialogue to make sure we pull our weight), and ...
... decided if we would have continued West on I-10 and travel in to Nevada, or drive South in to the warmer weather. Of course, the warm weather prevailed and we made the call only 4 weeks prior to arriving. I had expected that we would have been too late to get a spot, but we were very fortunate to wind up at the Anglers Nest RV Park. We got our warm weather, and we met some of the nicest people in the country. Normally, this entire area is booked solid for the entire ...