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Travel Blogs from Tucumcari
... 2011) and the Odeon Theatre (built 1937 and still operating).
Tucumcari is a railway town, in 1901 the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad company built a construction camp in the western portion of modern-day Quay County. Originally called Ragtown, the camp became known as Six Shooter Siding, due to numerous gunfights. After it grew into a permanent settlement, it was renamed Tucumcari in 1908.
Old U.S. Route 66 runs through the heart of ...
... lots, filled in some more crossword puzzles and sorted out a few things which needed to be discussed.
We had dinner with Billy, Del's Enchiladas, Fajitas and Sopaipillas; although not one of your typical five a day it did come with onions and peppers so I'm sure it still counts (at least on this side of the pond).
Today I also discovered that Mon also enjoys wildlife gardening, her front lawn comes complete with tarantulas and horney toads!
... couple from near Munich.
The New Mexico border was only about 90 miles from Amarillo and the interstate 75 mile per hour speed limit breezed us along quickly. Just after crossing the border into New Mexico (the first time I had been in New Mexico - only Rhode Island, Oregon and Hawaii are states that I haven't visited) we crossed into the Mountain Time Zone. Two hours behind friends and relatives in Maine.
We stopped at the first ...
This morning everyone in Canton TX has their jackets and long pants on since the storm brought a cool front.
We got on the road fairly early since it was going to be another long day. I have never seen so many level of flyovers as when we got north of Dallas and roadwork on the roads.
Everyone seems to have cows, horses, oil pumps and gates to their property.
Saw our first turbines on the way to Amarillo and after Amarillo (over 10 miles of ...
... for Scuba diving. We then decided to make a detour off Route 66 and go to Santa Fe, the state capital and one of the top vacation spots for Americans. This drive is where we first encountered the desert plains of New Mexico, on a highway where we didn't see another car for a good few miles! Santa Fe was nice for a walk around, but we didn't really get what all the hype was about...it did however have some great shops with shelves and shelves of cowboy boots! I was extremely close ...