BEST WESTERN Limestone Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Albuquerque by 8:30 and made it to Amarillo in time for lunch at Dyer's Bar-B-Que, one of our favorite places and our absolute favorite place for bar-b-que sauce. We bought a couple of jars to take home, and the store wrapped them securely so they would travel with us ...
Checked in to the rv park and gentleman working the desk actually was from Owensboro. Hadn't lived there for a while but knew of moonlight BBQ. Small world. Rode metro bus ($1.20) to river walk and went to Rita's and had 6 oz margerita followed by a 32oz texas margerita. Had sour cream chicken enchiladas and guacamole that was made by our waiter at our table. Yum ...
... 20 years! Mase and I have been married 18 years this week - maybe we need to take a few lessons from them!!!
Tea was hamburgers (it seems raw onion and pickles are the favourite toppings here) and there was another table with all manner of salad/veggies and dressings to create your own favourite salad, along with similar dessert options as at lunch. MYO salad is right down my line!
In the evening there was a study and because Jim had run ...
... really wanted to have a steak in TEXAS. Tonight, I was just glad to have air conditioning.
Finn has been worried about being in tornado country since we hit Oklahoma. I've been watching the Weather Channel alerts online. I even set up a text message alert for the areas we are in just in case. When the wind and lightning rocked the trailer at 2 AM I got unnecessarily worried. Hurricane season isn't really until July/August ...
Saturday morning was our last morning on the road as a group. The one that had to travel the furthest was the last one to wake up (Uncle Rod), so it only seem fit that he became "Princess" for the rest of the day. Out of desperation to fire one back, my dad became "Buttercup".
We started the day at 55 degrees. We traveled from Monroe, ...