La Casita Del Sol
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... experience in a hurry.
The only Problem was I couldn't stay longer. I would so much have loved to spend the day. I have a date with the fire house in Hydro for "H" as well as a meeting with Carl Billey From OK8.
I met Carl at The National Route 66 Museum in Elk City with his Lovely Wife Terry and fellow members Bill Farmer and Joe Gordon. After ...
... only slightly feared a drive by shooting due to the number of bikie gangs hanging out at the bars we had some awesome BBQ and a few drinks on the deck. Personally, I think Amarillo is a passing through place however as is always the case with those small towns, if you dig further you can find something special, unfortunately we didn't have the time or bullet proof vests to do ...
... 66 just say Z or in some places they're spray painted on the road.
We stopped litterally on the highway, I got out, got the photo and then we carried on driving!!! Needless to say, there wasn't any traffic!!
Next stop was in a town called Adrian. It's famous for being the halfway pint of Route 66. If you dont count detours and getting lost (probably about 500 miles), we'd already travelled over 1100 miles along Route 66!! We ...
... This was another area where Route 66 still goes through the town.
Traveling though the Texas panhandle took us by the Cadillac Ranch which has 10 Cadillacs buried hood first into the ground. The 25 years since we were here last has been ******* the cars and many are just a rusting shell. Visitors still come armed with spray paint to add their personal touch to the cars.
We made our goal of Amarillo and will continue our trek toward home ...
... The landscape seems to be changing too - there doesn't seem to be many crops being grown here. There has certainly not been much rain as the land is very dry. I can only imagine it is being used as grazing land. Not far into our travels today we drive by the largest cross I've ever seen - just sitting in the middle of a field in Texas. Joe masterfully took pictures of this through the side windows of the car as we drove by because the windscreen is covered ...