Scottish Inns Big Spring
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Having left Canyon Lake we decided we wanted to see more of the Texas countryside before moving into New Mexico, so we drove across country to Big Spring.
As we drove up and down the hills we could appreciate why it's called Texas Hill Country. While driving along we actually saw some real live Texas longhorns; unfortunatly ...
... off to work. Barbara and I packed up and hit the road west.
A little before noon, we stopped at a rest area on I-20 for lunch. After eating, I lay down on the couch and fell asleep for an hour. I didn’t feel too bad, though, because I found Barbara asleep in the bedroom.
We’re officially on our way home, now. I expect we’ll be home sometime next ...
... so I didn't stop to take pictures of the town. It looked like a nice place to live with lots of "Now Hiring" signs posted.
From Artesia to the town of Cloudcroft (aptly named) the elevation climbs from 3500 feet to 8600 feet. The mountains were beautiful going up to Cloudcroft, but the much steeper descent (100 miles ascending vs. 20 miles descending and several runaway truck ramps) offered some ...
I took yesterday off from traveling, going just fifty miles from San Marcos to Marble Falls, Texas. Then today on to Big Spring. Texas just keeps going and going. In fact, it will take most of the day tomorrow to cross into New Mexico.
A great benefit of Texas' expansiveness is the ever-changing complexion of the surroundings while moving from one area ...
The winds were bad today and we decided to just stop in Big Spring TX at a Wal-Mart for the evening. We were the only rig in the lot. They did have an area out of the way which was just fine for the evening.
The following photo was taken in Fredericksburg. If you come to Texas be very careful what you say about politics. These folks have strong opinions and loaded guns!