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... various! The road continues to wind through the landscape, a large number of abandoned building and classic cars litter the sides of the road. We've reached the Texas State Line! A rainbow has welcomed us and we've reached the midway point- we've been completing long days so we can reach Tulsa in time for the Rodeo, after that we get to take it real slow. We've found our way to Amarillo (s******) and are staying at the Big Texan Steak Motel- guess what dinner ...
More driving due east the next day until I got to Amarillo, Texas. For at least 30 miles on the north side of the interstate there were wind turbines. There must have been hundreds, maybe thousands.
I stopped in Amarillo at the info centre for a map and a walk around and from there headed north towards Canadian (yes, that’s the name of the town) with a plan ...
... A great little stop that all 5 of
From there we headed west just out of
Amarillo to go to Cadillac Ranch. This has been around for ages and
is 10 Cadillac's buried in the ground covered in graffiti. You bring
along spray paint and join in on the art. While we were there at
least 20 other cars pulled up and came and went. We spent over an
hour there, the kids had ...
... Mother Road and against all odds, are trying to revitalise the interest in her. These are the people we have met and are leaving us with incredible memories. Clinton has an excellent Route 66 museum. While Pontiac has a Hall of Fame and museum which is absolutely brilliant, and we can't speak enough about it, the two are completely different. Clinton focuses on telling the history of Route 66 through the decades, ...
... it is constructed of 38 pony trusses and is nearly a mile long. Imagination had to come into play what the bridge would look like in the fall with all the trees on either side of the bridge clothed in their fall colours. Nevertheless, the trusses themselves were artistic and quite frankly anyway, we didn't have any choice about viewing this bridge - that's where the alignment went! An interesting little place near Hydro - Lucille's - an old service station that has ...