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Day 1 of my road trip from Austin, TX to Seattle, WA, with my beautiful wife Anna, and our snap-happy camera enthusiast friend, Sophia. After a day of frantically packing our truck, and a last minute visit to Uhaul (since we'd underestimated just how much **** we actually had to cart around the country), we left Austin in the early hours of the evening. Anna and Sophia drove us to Amarillo (Amarillah to ...
... not sure if we had seen motel or not Stopping at Cherokee Trading Post - Indian artefacts and hand made items and a historical wall mural amongst a tippee setting. Stopped for a coffee & donut and bought a couple of souvenirs. Buick made use if the wifi while we had it. P stops before hitting the road again. Hinton - long roller coaster roads, passing a couple on a tandem pedalling like fury up one of the inclines, I don't think I'd like to do ...
... br> I made it to Oklahoma City but kept going. In my last post I mentioned that I was enjoying the areas outside the cities much more than any of the cities themselves, and although Oklahoma City seemed mildly interesting I wasn't ready to stop at that point so I just kept going. I made it a bit farther, to Shawnee, where I finally decided to go ahead and stop in at one of the many casinos that are everywhere along this route. Interesting sidebar, all ...
... to mind, we I watched small birds, nearly noiseless, climb high in the sky and then swoop into the small brush that dot the land. A woman running dashed by in front of me. We planned our day after breakfast. We started at the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, which was small but very beautiful and interesting. The kids got to carry sketchpads with them, and Ben did a few recreations of some of the pieces he liked the most. I've known O'Keefe mostly for her flowers, but in this museum ...
... it wasn't too bad.
We had gotten past Dallas and now we were on the hunt for a campground right off the interstate. We spotted one in Terrell. It worked out perfect. Easy to get to from the interstate but not too close so that you heard the traffic all night.
It was a long strenuous day plus the deducted sleep from the storm on the night before.
Tomorrow is the final stretch. Another 410 miles and 7 hours of driving to go.