Ashmore Inn & Suites
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Thirteen hours, three states, and 730 miles. We also lost two hours due to time changes. As dusk was falling and we crossed over the Texas border, it reminded me of watching the Amazing Race and knowing that the lagging competitors usually came in late in the day. Luckily, no eliminations today and we hopped on the proverbial welcome mat at the roadside RV park to end our day at 9:30. Sleep was the only thing on the agenda though there was a ...
... 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 ...
... desert. The deep hole was also a favored spot for scuba
divers until two young divers became trapped in the pool's tight underwater caves. After their deaths in 1976, the entrance to the caves was covered with a metal grate and all but forgotten.
However in 2013 a group of adventurous divers wit ADM Exploration Foundation were allowed past the grate with the intention of mapping the system of unexplored caves. Their initial probing was stymied ...
... then we heard "oh ****!" And the balloon hits a tree, we could only see up and see the tree and thought we were quite high up in a tree but we had landed on a shrub bush about 1m off the ground. A couple of the guys jumped out and helped pull the basket off the shrub. We then got out as the balloon deflated, the wind changed though and the balloon took off the other way, I think a few new holes may have been added to the mix. Otherwise it was an ...
... boost in tourists). They claim it to be the Grand Canyon of Texas. It's about 30 minutes south of Amarillo, and driving there is nothing but flat farm land. Just as I'm starting to think this whole "everything is bigger in Texas" thing is all in their heads, the ground gives way to a stunning canyon. Maybe it isn't the Grand Canyon, but I'll take it! The canyon itself is 120 miles long, 800ft deep, and in places, up to 20 miles wide. All impressive stats, but we ...