My husband and I traveled into the west Texas area — not far, by Texas standards, but a lovely distance from the commuters jamming every major thoroughfare in the Metroplex. Did you know cows are darn choosy about who stops at their fence? They don’t come when called? And they’re fairly skittish creatures. Meaning they don’t like the sound of auto-wind on a camera. Who knew? Well, I guess the cows did. Travel out towards Weatherford — stop at this great cafe, if you have a chance.
Yep, I’ve been back from vacation for a day or two, and should have posted sooner, but the bottom line is that when I come home from vacation, another vacation is needed to rest up from the one I’ve just taken. However, here are a few traveling tips that hit while on vacation: 1st —Trust a truck stop for a decent meal. There is a side-note to this one. Look for a truck stop where trucks are ACTUALLY stopped. If there are semis in the parking lot then you’re safe for a good meal. No parked 18-wheelers and you needed to keep trucking right on down the road. 2nd —Carry a spare set of keys. […]
We’re back — just for the day, so I’m rushing to get a few more photos and info on the blogsite — hope you enjoy the pictures and the great places there are to see in Texas. We loved this part of our vacation.