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... various! The road continues to wind through the landscape, a large number of abandoned building and classic cars litter the sides of the road. We've reached the Texas State Line! A rainbow has welcomed us and we've reached the midway point- we've been completing long days so we can reach Tulsa in time for the Rodeo, after that we get to take it real slow. We've found our way to Amarillo (s******) and are staying at the Big Texan Steak Motel- guess what dinner ...
... head North West plus have an RV park. There are not
many around this part of the country at all and I'm glad we called
ahead to book as they were almost full which you rarely ever see. No
pool or games room for the kids, just gravel spots and a very small
bathroom/laundry area but we were pleased to have some air
conditioning and power after 2 nights of freedom camping.
... but only wanting about a third of it at any given time.
The new things I’m trying with this trip (aside from camping supplies)
· Packing all toiletries together in one suitcase. If we’re going to share shampoo, body wash, and other bathroom basics; why not move it to a separate bag? Makes packing the clothes packs easier, because you don’t have to try to fit your toothbrush ...
... was the first road connecting east and west coast. The glory of the past is even more to be seen between Oklahoma and Texas. We gave up Santa Fe when we knew that today we could just make until Amarillo Texas. For dinner we found coincidentally The Big Texan near the highway where you can experience "real" cowboy atmosphere. It was cool, and the food was delicious!! From the restaurant, we went to a nearby Walmart to park free our camper for a ...
... slowly began to get heavier. We drove about 30 minutes down the road to the Cadillac ranch. This was a load of Cadillacs buried fender first in the middle nothing. Spray paint at the ready we all added our on stamp to this tradition. Names, places all added including tribute to my grandad. Photos taken, including group ones, we soon headed off before the rain hit. Back in the van heading back to camp the heavens opened, and ...