BEST WESTERN PLUS Red River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and abandoned equipment.
There is an active push to try and preserve as much of the old rt 66 as possible. In many of the towns, various funding has payed for rehab of classic structures.
Take a look at the pics. There is a motel with a garage INSIDE your room for parking your beloved car (: Look for pic # ...
The Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ in Groom, Texas was an awesome, heartwarming experience. Starting with the 190 foot Cross that could be seen for miles, down to the life size bronze sculptures depicting The Crucifixion of Christ was an unbelievably humbling experience. Truly a work of love.
Headed out of the wildlife reserve towards the Route 66 museum at Clinton which was unfortunately closed may have to call in on the way back. Crossed back over into Texas from Oklahoma and headed west along the Historic Route 66 which has unfortunately been replaced in parts by the I40. Followed it where possible through ...
WE left Carlsbad this morning in sage brush country and I expected this all day, boy was I surprised. Once we got out of oil country we hit some of the best agriculture we have seen. Machinery not as big as Nebraska but Lots and lots of cows both dairy and beef. NM ranks #7 in milk production, lots of cheese ...
... made it to the train in Kansas City!
We picked up sub sandwiches at the subway there planning to do another lunch at a rest stop only to find that Texas didn't seem to offer us one...so hungry, we ventured into McLean TX along side of I40 and finally found a local park...such as it was. Carolyn and I both thought that this was the very type of town that people ventured into and never left in horror movies...so we ate ...