Town & Country Motel

1505 West Dickinson Blvd., Fort Stockton, Texas, 79735, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 1505 West Dickinson Blvd., Fort Stockton.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Stockton

In need of a "Jump"

A travel blog entry by dave_mike on Feb 09, 2014

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So, we stopped to eat dinner,

Dave took Sandy for a walk.

Then decided to get some badly needed rest again. Watched some TV and then of to sandland.

When we woke up, the battery to the Honda ...

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by le_shah on Jul 24, 2013

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According to mom and dad the only reason to stop in Texas is to visit with granddaughter Leigha. I met her last year and she's real nice. Big Boy was a little shy but she got to see him. Leigha took the folks to Scuzzi's a really nice Italian restaurant. They had a great time celebrating all of their birthdays. The next day she took them to the Alamo Drafthouse. Mom said it was really fun. While you watch the movie, you eat ...

Phil From Missouri and his RV

A travel blog entry by lukemaggers on May 26, 2012

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... the boys all of his toys. He is actually a collector of guns and showed us some antique police guns from the 1930's. He then showed us his more powerful hand guns. Nothing was loaded and he was very careful with them. He explained to us some different laws surrounding his guns.

He also showed us his pet Ferret named Ozzy, after Ozzy Osbourne. This freaked me out a little bit. The only ferrets I have ever seen are my Nannu's and my Dad's which were vicious and used only ...

Mesas, Buttes and Plateaus

A travel blog entry by dlpool on Apr 18, 2012

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Leaving Alamogordo took us south on Hwy 54 to El Paso and then east and south on I-10 to Fort Stockton. Hwy 54 was the usual high dessert scenery and considering the military owns most of the property alongside it, there is little to say. Boredom took over and I found myself dozing. After El Paso and Van Horn, the scenery did change and we found ourselves looking at many mesas, buttes, and plateaus. What's ...

In the Middle of Nowhere

A travel blog entry by dlpool on Apr 07, 2012

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... Church and were made to feel quite at home in their congregation. The rest of the day was spent relaxing and later we grilled hamburgers for our dinner. After dinner, we took a walk through the park doing what we refer to as "license plate check". We enjoy seeing where everyone is traveling from and often stop to visit campers sitting outside or walking their dogs.

Tomorrow we're off to see the aliens! Next stop: Roswell, New Mexico.

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