Borger Ambassador Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... made from (apparently) the original cross used in Jesus's crucifixion. Very spangly carved church doors. Native Indians selling crafts in the square and street food vendors. We tried a Carnita, a Fajita and some roasted corn. All exceedingly tasty! On route out of Santa Fe we passed the worlds largest bronze equestrian. Landscape is getting more green and less desert. Slight oooops moment in a small garage restroom....the door seemed open but stiff so pulled ...
... rec centre in town. There were RV spots for people coming into town for horse shows and stuff like that, so it was an ideal stopping place but noisy from truck traffic most of the night.
There seems to be major seismic exploration activity going on along Hwy 60. It was extremely busy with truck traffic and all the hotels and motels had parking lots full of pickup trucks. ...
... RV with Robin Williams. We own that
movie and watched it a few times before we set out on our adventure.
You can go inside most of the Rvs and it's great to see them in
original condition or redone to look original. Some of them have the
fridges, ovens, bathrooms of the 60's and have never been used. There
were also a lot of motorcycles hanging around as Jack Seismore
collected and restored ...
I broke a cardinal rule in flight planning via private plane this morning. While I verified the fuel tanks on the plane were full, I gave less attention to how full my bladder was. So somewhere over north Texas, I determined I could not comfortably make it the remaining 120 miles (a little less than an hour) to Dalhart, so I planned a diversion to Borger Field in Hutchinson County, TX. Borger (or BGD by airport code) ...
... and even with our guide maps we got lost more than once, the worst being hitting a gravel track as we came over a hill ridge at about 50mph, we both nearly lost out bikes trying to safely stop and turn back. We arrived in Clinton, we had aimed to get breakfast here several hours late, but we stopped in at the Route 66 museum, which was a good call as it included a detailed history of the route. Another hour or so and a few ...