BEST WESTERN Palo Duro Canyon Inn & Suites
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Last night I woke up several times concerned about towing our 25' Airstream out of the Palo Duro Canyon. The road out of the canyon is narrow and steep, a 10 degree climb for about a mile. We got up at 7:00 am, again in the dark because the Sun is late getting down in the deep canyon. We are getting pretty good at breaking camp and setting up at the next destination, and were ready to pull out of the canyon at 8:30. To my utter amazement, the F-150 ...
Up and away by about 8:30, heading West across Oklahoma into the Texas panhandle. The countryside became increasingly flatter, with views extending many miles to the horizon. The foliage became sparser and scrubbier, and everything started to look gray-green and washed out. Saw only a few oil derricks and pumping wells. As we neared Amarillo near noon, we stopped at a Texas Information Center where we were able to stock up on brochures and ...
... I decided to start counting cars and recording how long it took to see just 3. The longest stretch was 48 minutes between Sweetwater and Snyder. These roads don't turn. The vibration in my rear view mirror made far-off headlights into flickering candles. I would play with them...hitting the rumble strip for a second to excite the reflection.
Then the rumble strips took on another purpose. Just past Lubbock, TX the ...
... our tent and headed out to the evening highlight: Texas the musical! This attracts hundreds of people (720 on the night we visited) from as far as Australia. A real family event starting with the chicken dance and then a real texan line dance... 4 steps forward, 4 steps back, you know the drill! Alex was first on the stage, followed by Zoe and me! With an introduction by a kamanche Indian telling the story of his tribe and traditional costume. A short musical interlude ...
... was being performed ($) Tuesday – Sunday and it is just up the road from the campground. Cost depends on your site (primitive, water or w&e) and if you have a TX pass. We had purchased a TX pass five months ago and still had some camping coupons to use. Our first night was $24 and our second night with the coupon $12. It was a good stop but this time of year the storms are coming through this area. They have been in a drought so the rain is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed