Motel 6 Texarkana
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... place just around the corner so that's where we ate. Funny place. Took a picture of it but the food was actually being cooked in a food truck right next to it and they brought your order in. The woman delivering it said " Have a Blessed Weekend". It was really good! We are on to a new state ...
... And cruise control. Plus i put on my new bluetooth headset and listened to: - buena vista social club - willie nelson - johnny cash - bob marley And threw in some freddie mercury if i got sleepy. Set cruuse control and enjoyed that texas view. Speaking of which, northeast texas is very pretty. Rolling hills, farms and a few deserted or almost deserted towns to keep it interesting. Plus all the oil field service trucks moving around kept ...
... Interesting mind set.
Our trip on I10 took us through El Paso which is very close to the Mexican border. Sue was driving and as we came around a bend I looked out my window and was surprised to see housing on a hill near by that looked more like India than the US.
As I scanned closer to the car I saw the big brown fence cutting through the landscape next to us. ...
Left Memphis this morning in the glorious sunshine although a little on the chilly side (47F). Not much to say on this day except that we basically drove clear across Arkansas. We planned to stop in a Flying J in Texarkana so just short of the city we pulled in, gassed up, got ourselves fed up and are heading out to the trailer to spend the night.
If all goes well we will be in Tye, Texas tomorrow, ...
... the field a couple of times a year and it's easier to find stones then. It was fun to dream and we can say we have been there.
Thunderstorms are suppose to start tonight and be severe tomorrow so we will be leaving early hoping to miss them.