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... back to Texas.
The drive to Amarillo wasn't particularly interesting, though I was happy to get back on the flat Texas ground, and I think my ears were too.
There was an crazy thunderstorm that lasted for hours from basically the second we got towards Amarillo to around 2 or so am, when I awoke from my sleep, to go to the bathroom, at the KOA.
It was also exciting to see the welcoming orange and white roof of Whataburger, the best burger chain ever, that ...
... it will be quicker for us to hire a car and go and pick it up ourselves. Plus it seems with our AAA Periem Membership the car, hotel and meals are cover for up to 72 hours. We take off in the afternoon and stay the night in OKC, picking the part up first thing in the morning.
I'm sure Gordon jinxed us. He kept saying to everyone, there is not much we want to do in Oklahoma and ...
... of debris and too tight passages but the excavation continues with a careful eye towards safety lest further deaths close off the mysterious caverns for decades to come. It's still unclear how far back the caves go."
We trundled along eastwards - mile upon mile of nothing, with the highway disappearing into the distance. I was imagining the wagon trains - every hill they crossed they would see the same view stretching out before them, for ...
... already too late to really check in to some place, go out and find some Memphis BBQ and whatever, and I was too tired from the road to go out and do much. I would like to go back some day I suppose, but I found my way back out of the city and got back on the Interstate.
I pulled in at a Comfort Suites some miles out of town, in Germantown. It worked out great because they have a laundry and I was getting low on clean socks.
Tomorrow, it's ...
... Big Texan Steak Ranch that night which is at the motel and what a fascinating place that is!
The restaurant's walls were mounted with heads of deer and bulls, the beer glasses were massive and full, the waiters and waitresses were decked in cowboy outfits and the meals were BIG.
The restaurant was one of the biggest I've seen with over two floors of customers on a pumping Sunday night.
Before we ...
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