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... metal clasp lock fell off and the door flung open, Steve went ooooooooooh in a surprised concerned voice and the man in the loo? Well he looked like a rabbit in a set of headlights! Quick exit made by us! More super straight roads and rolling gentle hills. The landscape has changed again sturdy grasses and much more greenery, the soil is a dark red colour. On the outskirts on Santa Rosa we found a Hot Rod & Classic Car Museum. Perfect leg stretching ...
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 ...
September 30th – day 149
Drove to Amarillo Texas today where we
visited the Jack Seismore RV Museum. This was listed in the top ten
things to do and being that we are Rving, we thought it would be
interesting. They said to take 30-45 minutes and that sounds about
right but it was really fun. A collection of old Rvs including the RV
used by the Gornikes in ...
... 66 icons listed that we thought we might see - the Gold Dome and the Braums milk bottle. Of course there are others but we had at the beginning of our trip pretty much pre-determined what it is that we want to see from all those listed. If we took in everything, Aah hello, there would be way too much to see we would need so much longer on the road. Some would say, "and the problem with that is?" Response? "Time. Money. Haven't won lotto yet!" Were these two icons ...
... who were finishing off their early supper. Krista, who lives locally in Clinton and McKenzie who grew up in Arapahoe but lives north of Dallas. McKenzie was visiting her father's farm and helping him out for two weeks. The girls had grown up together in high school in Clinton. I left shortly after the girls went on their way and I had a reasonably early night.