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90 degrees and sunny 350 miles 5 hours 2 cities I Basillica 2 sno cones 1 Hagendaz 5 Break dancers 21 ounce steak Today we left Taos, said goodbye to Uncle Stone and spent an afternoon in Santa Fe. We loved Santa Fe. What a cool little town. Again, you can get some good flava without leaving the US. When we arrived in SF, we came up on a huge adobe pueblo style church. I know the kids started praying right away when they saw it...praying we ...
... We are a little concerned about our next planned stops and the predicted weather. Will need to keep an eye on whats developing.
Looking forward to the next few days in Lawton and seeing Carl's old stomping grounds, friends and this part of Oklahoma.
To emphasize the points Melva made on the weather, we fell lucky to get a sunny day with each place we stay even though the majority of the time it ...
... there in the end. Clocks forward another hour. It's 4pm. I really wanted to see the cattle at the Livestock Auction. There is an auction at 11am tomorrow, so I figured there would be a lot of cattle there by now. But I was wrong - saw a couple of cowboys on horses, no cattle. So glad we drove though as I would have been a bit annoyed after walking for 40 minutes! However, we got lost on the way back to the motel (the wrong Baymont Inn again). Amarillo ...
... who try it can't do it. We read about a woman who ate not just one but TWO of the 72-oz steaks. We wouldn't even be able to do one!
If you've ever in Amarillo overnight, by the way, the restaurant provides free limousine service from/to the various RV parks (and I think hotels) - and not just for the 72-oz challenge. It's not a bad place to go if you are just there overnight and don't want to unhitch your trailer or towed vehicle.
Tomorrow: on to Abilene!
... Barrel Stout, brewed with roasted barley and oatmeal and aged in oak with bourbon at a mild 9% ALC. Off to the dining room and we have a 20 minute wait for a table, just enough time to polish off my stout before being shown our table. We order our steak and watch the show. The restaurant is massive, a main floor and balcony dining upstairs. The seated area would fit roughly 350-450 easily. The ...