It Just Never Ends

 Posted by at 1:22 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 172017
 

With apologies to my author friends Billy Kring and George Wier, and all the other Texans I know, if I don’t see the Lone Star State again for a decade or so, it wouldn’t hurt my feelings one bit. The damn state just never ends! You drive and drive through hundreds of miles of mountains, […]

A Day At Buffalo Gap

 Posted by at 12:21 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 202017
 

Located a short drive south of Abilene, Texas, Buffalo Gap Historic Village allows visitors to step back in time to the early days of the Lone Star State. Over a dozen historic buildings and an amazing collection of artifacts and displays tell the story of life in Texas between 1875 and 1925. The area takes […]

Jan 242012
 

Even with the noise of the traffic passing overhead on the bridge in Lake Charles and the occasional vehicle coming or going through the parking lot, we still slept well boondocking at the Isle of Capri casino. Since we only had about 140 miles to go to reach our destination, we were in no rush […]

Why Do I Try?

 Posted by at 1:05 pm  Nick's Blog
Dec 222009
 

I don’t know why I even try to give our readers an idea of our travel plans, because the minute I do, everything changes. I reported in yesterday’s blog that we would send the CD with the new issue to our printer, and hopefully head west by way of Livingston, Texas and across the central […]