Ashmore Inn & Suites
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... the sun is high in the sky. We arrive in Erick, a ghost town with only a shop or two still in business, but what attracts us is the Sand Hills Curiosity Shop with a heap of signs posted on the outside and looking totally like a junk yard. Stopping outside we are greeted by a gem of a Route 66 character - Harley - dressed in overalls that resemble the American Flag, Jim Beam bottles everywhere, mostly empty; ciggie ...
... it. It felt like too much for two people though.
· Bring trash bags and tissues for the car. Sneezes are no problem and having a trash bag for any stray trash makes the drive that more classy.
Things I’m keeping an eye on:
· We have a lot of bags. I have a clothes bag, a swim bag, my backpack, the toiletries bag, and the cooler. I only ever need one thing out of them at a ...
... We are a little concerned about our next planned stops and the predicted weather. Will need to keep an eye on whats developing.
Looking forward to the next few days in Lawton and seeing Carl's old stomping grounds, friends and this part of Oklahoma.
To emphasize the points Melva made on the weather, we fell lucky to get a sunny day with each place we stay even though the majority of the time it ...
... multiple stages as I hate packing. I also hate living out of a bag however which is why every time we are anywhere for more than three nights I unpack. It’s a vicious cycle.
We said our goodbyes just before midday and headed off to Amarillo. We decided to suck it up and use the toll roads for a while, but after a couple of hours decided to leave the expensive Native American highways and take the slower back roads. Probably ...
... brigade. There were some good efforts clouding the crowd in tyre smoke completely and some **** like the guy on his Harley that kept lurching forward. Everyone still cheered and whooped. Was exciting. We were tempted to try the stang out but being an automatic and with thousands of miles still ahead we decided against it. On the road again and 3 hours later we crossed the Texan border into Amarillo. An old Route 66 stop now famous for its ...