The next day was a short driving day, only about 100 miles to Amarillo, Texas. We needed a few Walmart items which was nice again to be able to make a one store shop, for wine, groceries and all essentials.
Our next day of travel was a bit rough, we had been fighting with stormy weather every day on this journey and this day was going to be the worst of all. We opted instead of staying in a RV Park with the chance of storms throughout the night with no sleep, we chose to stay at the Baymont in Wichita Falls, Texas. Again, wonderful customer service. Rachel at the front desk called us to inform us that the elevator was broken and our type of room was on the second floor. We opted to stay anyway, and we are glad we did, the storms hit around 1am and we slept mostly through it all. The room was clean, the bed was comfy, and breakfast was good.
Our last day of travel was on roads less traveled and we made the most of it. We found an app on our phones that allowed us to walkie talkie one another which is not the same but at least we could laugh with one another. We are excited that the separate traveling miles are over for now, except our last day when we leave the Oak Creek RV Resort to travel to get the truck and trailer to begin our Fall travels.
The weather here has been wet, muggy and warmer than we had been used to all summer and we will be working at the shop this week preparing our store and getting our trailer packed. The annual meeting went well, and we had the best brisket of all. The owner smokes it every year and it just gets better every year and this year was the bomb, cannot wait until next year.