Ashmore Inn & Suites
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... decided to have dinner at the craziest restaurant in Texas. The Big Texan where you can eat a 72 ounce steak in one hour and get a free meal and a tshirt. The guy from Man vs. Food took the challenge and won. I have no idea how you could eat that much steak, a salad, roll and a potato. Our waitress said a lady (pro eater) at three full platters in 20 minutes. What!!?? Puke barf. The place is fun for kids with all kinds of quirky activities and things to see. The food ...
... thunder storms and tornado warning.
Today's first destination was a VW dealership in Amarillo to check why Rupert is making a noise.
After a quick test drive and inspection we are told we need a new driver axel shaft. To get the new part shipped in will take at least 5 working days, Memorial Day is Monday. We find out its coming from Oklahoma City, a 4 hour drive away. So ...
Wow huge thunder and lightening storm this morning. Whole room lit up. Hailstones the lot. Should be fun in an open face helmet. I see now why intrepid explorers grew beards. For protection against all eventualities. Well worth the itching and looking like a tramp. Today we should be riding in Breaking ...
... on the route 66 tourism market. It was only 5 years old, WAY too packed, and the lunch was basic. It was nice to see the old route 66, but I would give this stop a 'c'.
On to the our next, impromptu stop - The Cherokee Trading Post outside Clinton, OK. This was way cool! Aside from the GIANT American Indian marking the location, the cement buffalo, and other fun stuff outside, the inside was a plethora ...
... the ax. I mean, really??? Route 66 was pretty empty of traffic. And mostly not real interesting, but it had it's moments. We kept seeing old run down buildings and then guessing at what they might have been. It would have been nice to know. We stopped at the Route 66 interpretive center in Chandler, and found it to be singularly uninformative. It had one person working and she simply couldn't do it all. It does seem that while ...