Borger Ambassador Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... we need after a long day on the road. We ate dinner at the world famous Big Texan! Paul saw it on a food channel show because of the 72oz steak they serve. If you eat it in one hour your meal is free! Umm... No thanks! Tomorrow we plan to get on the road early so we can see a few local sites providing the weather cooperates. Our goal is to make it to Flagstaff, AZ for our next stop. Think I will sign off for tonight. Happy Trails! Paul & ...
... way in to Palo Duro Canyon, the On and off noise Rupert's had been making on and off since before Eureak Springs, AR, decided to get worse. It was after 5pm and so everywhere was shut, we decided to head to camp and deal with it in the morning. We get to the park office to check in and are told by the ranger to go down in low gear to the canyon and don't worry AAA come out all the time to ...
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) ...
... only slightly feared a drive by shooting due to the number of bikie gangs hanging out at the bars we had some awesome BBQ and a few drinks on the deck. Personally, I think Amarillo is a passing through place however as is always the case with those small towns, if you dig further you can find something special, unfortunately we didn't have the time or bullet proof vests to do ...
... 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 ...