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... moved to the historic section. An example of how complete the museum is: the barb wire display has 1300 different barb wire specimens chosen from 8000 submitted. Saddle examples were over 30. Exhibits for cattle drives, Indians, military, are all covered in fine detail.
We spent about 5 hours-so plan to spend the better part of a day and don't worry about food-they have a ...
It was hard to leave the La Posada, and if home hadn't been on the horizon, we probably would have lingered longer to look around a bit more. This might have been Mary Colter’s crowning glory. So glad someone saved it for all of us.
We had breakfast in the "Turquoise Room," just as we had dinner the night before. They have done a wonderful job of restoring this hotel.
After breakfast, we packed up Old Blue, and then took a quick ...
... and it's such an institution that it would be sad to think of it going under.
Route 66 progresses from Lebanon alongside the Interstate-40 but takes a bit of a detour which takes it very briefly into our third US state (and second of the day), Kansas. The road travels a little over 13 miles in Kansas, not really long enough to make any meaningful assessment of it as a state. However, it does take you past a couple of interesting sights, notably the ...
... a lot more that Shiou.
Dinner is at Bourbon Cafe where I had a disgusting lobster bisque, two sips and I had to give it up. I ended up getting a rice and beans soup which tasted similar to what we had in Belize so I was happier.
Before heading home we decide to check out Coyote Ugly. I loved the movie so I was curious to see what the hype was about and Hinesh wanted to see dancing girls on bars. As we enter we are greeted by a ...
... to me. It's in Southern Colorado, but it's what I pictured Sierra Vista AZ being like before we lived there. The Rio Grande even passes through Alamosa.
We then drove towards Amarillo. We crossed into New Mexico and passed several volcanoes... Capulin and Sierra Grande. I have no idea what the story is on those because we got such a late start from having to drive out to Alamosa to turn those boards in, we didn't really have time ...