in Ft. Stockton, we stayed at Comancheland RV Park. $10/night anytime, full hookup. The monthly rate is $210.00. The facility is nor bad though it is right next to the highway. Traffic didn't bother us. The following morning, if we had seen you, we would have wished you a Happy Halloween! We traveled via US 67 toward the northeast. Well, you see, without going into any of the detail or discussion regarding this decision, we opted to forget New Orleans and head for home after all.
At a town called Big Lake, we stopped for about 45 minutes. A Dollar General, an antique store, and not much more. A little later we stopped at a Historical Marker on the roadside at what was called Tennyson, though nothing more than a single residence appeared to the naked eye. Here Jo fixed lunch and we enjoyed the balmy breezes as we ate. In the evening, we stopped at a campground in Seymour, Texas. You didn't think one could drive through Texas in a day, did you? Campsite $15 and a nice visit with the owners was at no extra cost. We had considered hanging around for the weekend since it was now Friday evening, but when we asked the people what was the most interesting thing to do in Seymour over the weekend, Pa answered, "Leave." These people raised
On the morning of November First, we drove out of Texas and caught the Oklahoma Turnpike system at Lawton. Since this was the most direct route homeward, we anted up the about-five-cents per mile and rode on through Oklahoma. A few miles east of Joplin, Missouri and about seven miles west of Sarcoxie, we stopped at a really nice campground. $13