Motel 6 Texarkana
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... 30pm in the afternoon there were people all
over the street, in no hurry to get out of our way. Balconies of
drunk men on one side calling across to drunk women on a balcony on
the other side. Hot dog vendors pushing their carts up the street, a
tap dancing pre-teen, a man carrying a large tuba. Everyone walking
was carrying beer or other drinks. I get the feeling it would be
pretty nuts after 7pm and wouldn't like to think about what happens
... of the day. We will probably be staying here an additional night at the same KOA. Fortunately it is cooler and overcast today. Actually had a pretty good rain shower this morning while we were still in bed. Makes it easier sitting outside waiting for all this work to be done. 4:00-back at the campground in Texarkana. The truck is done, all appears well and we will be on our way to Abilene ...
... to the table on the site next to me. There was no one there, so who knows how long it had been there. At 8 o'clock we left, and I tried to roused someone at the office, but no one there. This was at the KOA near Buffalo Tennessee. My expectations are not high on some of the KOA's that are next to highways, and generally one night stays. But, this was a little over-the-top. So I wrote a review on yelp which was not too favorable. Yelp is becoming my best ...
... time we've played a game since we left. Then the rest of the evening, we just watched TV. Talk about weird, Bob turned on the satellite so we could watch some DVR shows and the satellite was working-first time all week and it had not been moved. So we watched Big Bang Theory. (But then today when we tried to watch the satellite, it wouldn't come through, UGH!!!
This morning we made another trip out, this time to an RV service center to buy some ...
... Usually one or two introduced themselves but at this one, most of the 30 or so in attendance actually conversed with us, even the minister did and as we were leaving she said she would prayer for our safe travel. I thought that was very nice.
OK, so after church we came "home" and changed clothes before we headed out. The first place we headed for was the intersection of TX, AR, and LA. I had read somewhere that ...