Best Western Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We left there and decided to drive a bit of the old route. We ventured throught some of the old towns that where on the route. Some had stayed strong, others looked like they have faded away with empty and dilapidated motels and shops.
The day was disappearing so we jumped back on the I40 (the fast route) and headed for camp.
... turned to afternoon.
With Texas's grain elevators behind me, North-eastern New Mexico brought grasslands, shoot-through towns, and a volcano. Yes.
The road apparently had been climbing (without me noticing) to 6200 feet. The windswept town of Capulin stands in the shadow of Capulin Volcano, which I didn't know existed until it's crescent bowl top displayed itself to the north. I shot up and ...
... down, milkshakes and some of the finest oklahoma beef! Eli couldn't resist having a side of fried pickles... With full bellies off we went to find our campsite in Paulo Duro National Park, Texas. We rolled in after a few hours of very straight, very flat, deserted and easy driving to the second largest Canyon in US: 120 miles long and 5 miles wide. It is very impressive especially since all around there is nothing! The camp grounds were comfortable and well equipped. ...
Palo Duro Canyon is 120 miles long and 800 feet deep and is the second-largest canyon in the US. In the state park where we stayed, we attended a BBQ dinner and an ourstanding performance of a musical drama named, "TEXAS" at the Pioneer Amphitheater. The performance utilized the natural bluff background rising 600 feet above the stage with lighting and awesome sound effects which enhanced the talented actors, ...
... loans come out of deferment in September. I have roughly sixty thousand dollars in student loans (find out what you want to do kids and don't just mindlessly take classes because you're not sure! A liberal education is great, but it's also expensive!) and this job in Japan provides me with enough money to not have to live by the skin of my teeth, and will allow me to make the $800 monthly payments on my loans. It is also a dream ...