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... across the panhandle of Texas with huge beef cattle ranches and cheap gas ($3.19/gallon). Near Amarillo, the map showed an icon for historic Cadillac ranch. I thought it was a bordello but I was way wrong. Out a ways in a field, a farmer planted ten old cadillacs up to the side mirrors of the cars. Passersby decorate the cars with layer after layer of colorful spray paint. There were ...
... motorcycle. I was gonna need something to protect me from all the poison ivy on the next attempt.(I'm already broken out with poison ivy now from work. I really didn't want to get more.) I went across the street and found the actual Ozark Highland Trail. West was blocked by a fallen tree right off the bat, and east the way I had planned on going was grown over ,and had patches where I saw more poison ivy then trail. I went back to my bike, opened up the ...
... the fair some more. Then Shane grabbed a red velvet funnel cake for us to snack on while we watched the demolition derby show. After the fair was over we decided to try and find the Popeye statue again. This time in the right town. So on our way to Alma, AR we were. Sure enough we found Popeye with little difficulty. Popeye was standing in the middle of a fountain in the middle of a quaint little park. We snapped a few pictures of Popeye and a few selfies of us with Popeye. ...
... as I write this.
I am in the room praying that he hasn't given any of them the blog address.
Damn,there is someone at the door.
3 hours later
Bollix. One of the guys rode up to my room (yes it was 100yds) and demanded I join them for a showdown of guns.
These guys have enough armaments to start a small war. And they are travelling light because they are on ...
Our first trip together at DDSP for David's birthday. It was in the 20-30's with a light dusting if snow. We racked in over 20 miles of hiking, camped the one of the park cabins and enjoyed the cabin's wood burning fireplace. The air was crisp and the scenery was superb. Can't wait to go ...