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Today was a great day! We seemed to get into a groove and managed to exceed our goal of 500 miles driven, however we're both tired and still have paperwork to do. So tonight's blog is a short one. We hit terrible rainstorms thru Oklahoma but plenty of sunshine in Texas! We're calling Amarillo home for the night. I booked us at the Country Inn and Suites and I have to say for the price I'm very impressed! Hotel is quaint, neat, clean and very comfy! ...
... thunder storms and tornado warning.
Today's first destination was a VW dealership in Amarillo to check why Rupert is making a noise.
After a quick test drive and inspection we are told we need a new driver axel shaft. To get the new part shipped in will take at least 5 working days, Memorial Day is Monday. We find out its coming from Oklahoma City, a 4 hour drive away. So ...
... price of $20 American each. They both had two each and that was enough to keep them happy for the rest of the night, to the point where they nearly missed the bus the next morning!
The locals were very warm and friendly and were surprised to see so many Australians in their pub. We all enjoyed our first Texas experience and it certainly was not the last of it as we were off to the big Texas city of Dallas the next day.
... a great way to spend the day. It was really hot out and no one felt like hiking, although Justin and I found a stream and took off our shoes and waked barefoot down it for quite some time. There were literally thousands of small fish in the stream and it was a bit weird to feel them sliding over your feet as you walked (:
We also stopped by the Devils Rope Museum which had an interesting collection and history of barbed wire. In the back was a nice ...
... 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 ...