Super 8 Mount Vernon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we made our way to Bogata and then on into Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon has two native sons (well probably more, but only two that are mentioned and only one of them have most people heard of). The first is Henry Clay Thurston. His restored 1880's house serves as the visitor's center, but of course was not open. Anyway HCT is said to have been the tallest soldier to fight for the Confederacy during the Civil War. At 7' 7 1/2", he ...
... them in our drive. Some of them have totally concrete tables and some have more modern tables. Some have shelters and others have shade trees, but they all are still in good shape and even though not as many people use them in this day and age, they are still there for our use.
So basically our first stop was in Gilmer, TX. Gilmer was founded in 1848 and over the years became a trade center for the area farmer-settlers. Cotton, ...
Here at Larry's for some improvements.
TV Antennae Jack o
Hepvo for shower and kitchen drain
BOL screw jacks
Fridge door facing
On the way today, we had lunch at Cotton Patch Cafe in Palestine. It was pretty ...
... had a cold drink. Took a cold shower and then tried to sleep - it was very hot.
Breakfast of coffee and oatmeal, made with my immersion water boiler. Set off for Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas. Drove through Mt. Pleasant, TX which was NOT pleasant - the odor from the chicken processing plant (Pilgrim's Pride) smelled TERRIBLE all the way through town! Glad I did not plan to stay here last ...
... slooooooowly slid backward on the hitch. It stopped a couple inches before it dropped off the hitch and onto the bed. Catastrophe averted. Pride and self-confidence significantly reduced. That was one of the worst feelings I've experienced.
Went out to get buzz cuts for me and Dean. He looks completely different! Had enormous burgers and way too many fries at Mt. Pleasant Burgers and Fries.