BEST WESTERN Borger Inn
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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 ...
... in Texas. It pwns In and Out burger.
It's bittersweet to be so close to home.
I miss the kitties. I miss my own bed.
However, I did NOT miss the awful awful Texas heat.
I will miss exploring the US and the adventures of going to so many places that we've never been before, but we will be back, eventually, so there's that :)
Tomorrow is the last night before we'll be back in Houston.
Thanks for coming on this journey with the both of us.
... as an alternate stop by some members on the AOPA forums. They claimed great service with a smile and good fuel prices. Plus the promised use of some retired Police cruisers as courtesy cars made this a good alternative to Dalhart. (what? No Volvos?!) I edited the flight plan on the G1000, told Albuquerque Approach we had changed our destination, and turned 10 degrees right for Borger. We landed on RWY 21 ...
... trying not to get swarmed by crickets.
Not only did the scenery change but it seemed to get hotter & more humid. Strange.
We then carried on & it wasn't long until we reached the U-drop inn Cafe in shamrock.
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... and extra stops we got to Elk city, it was about 1pm and we were way behind. But, we wanted to get out of the sun, we found a local park (after dodging some highways with no crosswalks) and laid out for a few hours. It cooled a little until about 4 and we headed back on the road. My back has started to feel the vibrations and after a couple of hours of bad road and string winds I really felt it. And then Texas appeared... The ...