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... 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 ...
I forgot to mention yesterday that last night's motel was on the old Route 66 (as per our theme).
We didn't have a good night's sleep at Santa Fe; the people in the room next door were very loud and were still talking at 2.30 a.m. (when we asked them to keep the noise down). Luckily they had been out for a couple of hours before 12 and then went away again between 1 and 2. Despite that, we were ready to go by 7.30 (no breakfast at this motel, ...
... town was based on the movie cars & you could tell....
A few more hours drive & of course some amazing driving tunes and we arrived in Amarillo.
We check into are hotel, first time we arrived at a reasonable hour.
We decided to drive to the Palo Duro State Park - $5 admission.
... entered the part of town where everything was boarded up and falling down, I turned around and went the other way. Finally I got to what seemed like 'downtown'. I drove right across Beale Street, circled around and drove across it again. So I got to see that, and it seemed like a fun mix of seedy, hip, fun, and dangerous, but mainly like a tourist trap. I looked up some of the hotels in the area but they were either unavailable or too expensive, considering ...
... town built with bricks and many cathedrals. Four of us had lunch at a Spanish city over-looking the orange roofs of the town and their were many festivals on this Sunday afternoon.
Once we experienced this town and filled up our stomachs with tasty food, we then set off for Amarillo. When we entered the town we were greeted with the Lone Star and Texas map, everywhere! Texans are very patriotic and they love ...