AmericInn Lodge & Suites Sayre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on the road.
It was a little weird driving solo, without Chris to talk to on the CB. The morning passed quietly. Cindy napped, I listened to music, and we both looked at the terrain. If you have never driven the stretch from Moriarty to the Oklahoma border, you aren't missing much. The only really cool thing we saw was a huge wind farm located along I-40 not far into Texas. The wind turbines seemed to stretch for miles and miles, and there ...
I slept better than I thought I would last night, I would konk out for a while then wake up to get my bearings before sleeping again. We hit a really bad rough section of road and then came the thunderstorm with limited viability. On the bus we learned about the general way the mountains are built and destroyed while also focusing on the areas we are aiming to see. It is weird to think about the mountains and how some are still raising ...
... still raining! This is only a one night stand as a stop over to Texas. This is a smaller KOA, but it has all the conveniences required. I head over and do a load of laundry and come back to book some more campsites. We are now good through to the end of May. I have some breathing room now and much calmer. We have a relaxing evening and head off to bed.
Tomorrow we are off to Texas and will be stopping for three whole days. There will be more pictures and stories to tell you ...
Left the very over the top Holiday Inn this morning after a great breakfast of steak & eggs for Peter (just bacon & eggs for me) included in the price, old town real didn't look too old though. It's REALLY cold still but we set off on the I-40 westwards but decide to take a detour off south into Indian country as its so boring and really glad we did. The road was empty, no lorries, and lots of small towns mostly with run ...
... service. The job is removing invasive species. Mainly through the means of herbicides (chemicals used to kill plants). I wasn't completely sure how I felt about the matter, spraying chemicals into the earth to try and control it and all, but we did get a chance to learn about it. On the first day we did a walk through of the area with a member of the national exotic plant management team. We learned about the certain species of plants that are constantly ...